AMERICAN GENIUS: HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW LIBBY HUGHES

AMERICAN GENIUS: HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
AMERICAN GENIUS: HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
Item# ISBN 978-0595418800
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The life story of Longfellow is full of drama, romance, and tragedy. The poet was born in a small seaport village in Maine. There, he began his dreams, gazing across the vast ocean to Europe. His dreams came true in a very unlikely profession—poetry. His fame reached far and wide, drawing him into the highest circles of society. Though sorrow came with his success, he continued to produce some of his most eloquent works, still quoted 200 years after his birth. Such poems as Paul Revere’s Ride, Tales of a Wayside Inn, Evangeline, A Psalm of Life, The Courtship of Miles Standish, and The Song of Hiawatha are some of his more memorable works. Paperback 158 pages