The Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In his lifetime Longfellow was recognized as one of the America's great poets, though he became temporarily less fashionable after his death. A great admirer of the European tradition, he contributed greatly to the American intellectual life against the contemporary grain of isolationism. Longfellow's poetry is learned, compassionate and courageous. A great admirer of the European tradition, and also to what is now called "The American Dream". Poems on Slavery, Hiawatha, Tales of a Wayside Inn and The Building of the Ship celebrate in their different ways the components of the Union in a unique poetic voice.
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