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Lowell and His Poetry (Barnes & Noble Digital Library)
     

Lowell and His Poetry (Barnes & Noble Digital Library)

by William Henry Hudson
 

This 1911 volume was written by Hudson for use in schools.  Part of the Poetry and Life series, it combines a biography with a selection of James Russell Lowell's poetry. Hudson created the series because he believed students’ interests would be piqued by the theory that personality informs poetry—he based this volume on Lowell’s

Overview


This 1911 volume was written by Hudson for use in schools.  Part of the Poetry and Life series, it combines a biography with a selection of James Russell Lowell's poetry. Hudson created the series because he believed students’ interests would be piqued by the theory that personality informs poetry—he based this volume on Lowell’s conservative opinions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781411457911
Publisher:
Barnes & Noble
Publication date:
02/14/2012
Series:
Barnes & Noble Digital Library
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
148
File size:
328 KB

Meet the Author


William Henry Hudson (1862–1918) was a professor of English Literature at Stanford University and author of nonfiction, poetry, and fiction. His best remembered work, The Famous Missions of California (1901), recounts the work of Father Junipero Serra and the twenty-one missions in California he founded. Sometimes confused with the British bird-lover naturalist and traveler, this William Henry Hudson wrote The Sphinx and Other Poems (1900), The Meaning and Value of Poetry (1901), The Strange Adventures of John Smith (1902), and The Man Napoleon (1915), among many other works.

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