2 edition of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
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Caton lAncien. De la vieillesse (Collection Des Universites de France Serie Latine) (French Edition)
He created in them the new consciousness of the literature of Spain, France, Italy, and especially writings from the German, Nordic, and Icelandic cultures. In October 1835, his wife Mary had a miscarriage during the trip, about six months into her pregnancy. He had to prepare his own texts, because at that time none were available.
Longfellow did not respond publicly but, after Poe's death, he wrote: "The harshness of his criticisms I have never attributed to anything but the irritation of a sensitive nature chafed by some indefinite sense of wrong". Three Books of Song including the second part of Tales of a Wayside Inn 1872• New York: Oxford University Press.
In 1834, he was appointed to a professorship at Harvard and once more set out for Europe by way of preparation. In late 1839, Longfellow publishedinspired by his trips abroad and his unsuccessful courtship of Fanny Appleton. Much of his Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is recognized for its melodious musicality.
He worried that he would go insane, begging "not to be sent to an asylum" and noting that he was "inwardly bleeding to death". In Henry Wadsworth Longfellow senior year, Longfellow wrote to his father about his aspirations: I will not disguise it in the least. While overseas, he learned French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and German, mostly without formal instruction. During the courtship, Longfellow frequently walked from Cambridge to the Appleton home in in Boston by crossing the Boston Bridge.
He published the travel book in before a book edition was released in 1835.
Elizabeth Craigie owned the home, the widow of , and she rented rooms on the second floor.
The recent graduate was asked to become the first professor, with the understanding that he should be given a period of time in which to travel and study in Europe.
He was the first American to translate 's and was one of the from New England.