"O Lost, and by the wind grieved, ghost, come back again." This is the most famous line from Thomas Wolfe's Look Homeward, Angel. It appears in the book a number of times, so I think it stands best alone, without additional context. My only interpretation is that the "ghost" is "grieved" "by the wind", so it could phrased alternatively: "O lost and the ghost grieved by the wind, come back again." My gut tells me this is correct and is the only thing it could mean. Does anyone have a different interpretation, whether they think it correct in context or not?