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Works / ed. by C. Walsh : illust
Bib ID 630563
Format BookBook
Author
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882
 
Description Boston, 1909 
10 v. 
Incomplete contents Contents.v.1. An appreciation of Longfellow's prose work, by William Firebuck: Outremer: The defense of poetry; v.2. Hyperion: The lay monastery: Life in Sweden: Washington Irving: The art of translating; v.3. Kawanagh: The Indian summer: The bald eagle: Drift wood; v.4. Earlier poems: Translations: The Spanish student: And other poems; v.5. Evangeline: The golden legend: Miles Standish: And other poems; v.6. Hiawatha: Birds of passage: Tales of a wayside inn: And other poems; v.7. The Divine comedy of Dante Alighieri, tr: Inferno. 
Subjects American poetry -- 19th century.  |  Poetry, Modern -- 19th century.

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