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The poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow,

著者: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Louis Untermeyer
出版商: New York, Heritage Press [1943]
丛书: American poets (Heritage Press (New York, N.Y.))
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类型/形式: Juvenile works
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附加的形体格式: Online version:
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882.
Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
New York, Heritage Press [1943]
(OCoLC)608583412
Online version:
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882.
Poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
New York, Heritage Press [1943]
(OCoLC)624397745
材料类型: 少年观众
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所有的著者/提供者: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Louis Untermeyer
OCLC号码: 1397170
描述: 2 preliminary leaves, ix-xxiii, 444 pages color frontispiece (portrait) color illustrations, color plates 26 cm.
内容: I. The song of Hiawatha: The editor's commentary --
Introduction --
The peace pipe --
The four winds --
Hiawatha's childhood --
Hiawatha and Mudjekeewis --
Hiawatha's fasting --
Hiawatha's friends --
Hiawatha's sailing --
Hiawatha's fishing --
Hiawatha and the pearl-feather --
Hiawatha's wooing --
Hiawatha's wedding-feast --
The son of the evening star --
Blessing of the cornfields --
Picture-writing --
Hiawatha's lamentation --
Pau-Puk-Keewis --
The hunting of Pau-Puk-Keewis --
The death of Kwasind --
The ghosts --
The famine --
The white-man's foot --
Hiawatha's departure --
II. Lyrics and ballads: The editor's commentary --
The village blacksmith --
To the River Charles --
Endymion --
The light of stars --
Serenade (from "The Spanish student") --
The arrow and the song --
The psalm of life --
Afternoon in February --
Curfew --
The skeleton in armor --
God's-acre --
Footsteps of angels --
The old clock on the stairs --
The reaper and the flowers --
The slave in the dismal swamp --
The slave's dream --
Carillon --
The day is done --
The rainy day --
An April day --
Rain in Summer --
The warning --
The wreck of the Hesperus --
Woods in Winter --
Prelude --
Excelsior --
Mezzo Cammin --
Nuremberg --
The arsenal at Springfield --
The belfry at Bruges --
The bridge --
Autumn --
Hymn to the night --
The beleaguered city --
Burial of the Minnisink --
III. Evangeline: The editor's commentary --
Part the first --
Part the second --
IV. The courtship of Miles Standish: The editor's commentary --
Miles Standish --
Love and friendship --
The lover's errand --
John Alden --
The sailing of the Mayflower --
Priscilla --
The march of Miles Standish --
The spinning-wheel --
The wedding-day --
Birds of passage: The editor's commentary --
Children --
The herons of Elmwood --
Catawba wine --
Daylight and moonlight --
Oliver Basselin --
The warden of the Cinque Ports --
Daybreak --
My lost youth --
The Cumberland --
The discoverer of the North Cape. Bird's of passage --
The phantom ship --
The children's hour --
A Dutch picture --
The Jewish cemetery at Newport --
Sandalphon --
A day of sunshine --
From "The golden legend": The editor's commentary --
The Nativity: Introitus --
Heaven --
Mary at the well --
The angels of the seven planets --
The wise men of the East --
The flight into Egypt --
The slaughter of the innocents --
Jesus at play with his schoolmates --
The village school --
Crowned with flowers --
Epilogue --
VII. Tales of a wayside inn: The editor's commentary --
Prelude: The wayside inn --
The landlord's tale: Paul Revere's ride --
Interlude --
The student's tale: The falcon of Ser Federigo --
Interlude --
The Spanish Jew's tale: The legend of Rabbi Ben Levi --
Interlude --
The Sicilian's tale: King Robert of Sicily --
Interlude --
The musician's tale: The saga of King Olaf: The challenge of Thor --
King Olaf's return --
Thora of Rimol --
Queen Sigrid the Haughty --
The Skerry of shrieks --
The wraith of Odin --
Iron-beard --
Gudrun --
Thangbrand the priest --
Raud the strong --
Bishop Sigurd of Salten Fiord --
King Olaf's Christmas --
The building of the long serpent --
The crew of the long serpent --
A little bird in the air --
Queen Thyri and the Angelica Stalks --
King Svend of the Forked Beard --
KIng Olaf's war-horns --
Einar Tamberskelver --
King Olaf's death-drink --
The nun of Nidaros --
Interlude --
The theologian's tale: Torquemada --
Interlude --
The poet's tale: The birds of Killingworth --
Finale --
The theologian's second tale: Elizabeth --
VIII. The seaside and the fireside: The editor's commentary --
Hawthorne --
To-morrow --
Killed at the Ford --
Travels by the fireside --
Seaweed --
Twilight --
The wind over the chimney --
Changed --
Pegasus in pound --
Song --
King Witlaf's drinking-horn. The fire of drift-wood --
The secret of the sea --
The building of the ship --
XI. Later peoms: Ultima Thule: The editor's commentary --
Maiden and weathercock --
The bells of San Blas --
The poet and his songs --
Morituri Salutamus --
The potter's wheel (from "Keramos") --
Jugurtha --
Autumn within --
The tide rises, the tide falls --
In the churchyard at Tarrytown --
A summer day by the sea --
Nature --
Venice --
Sleep --
A nameless grave --
The broken oar --
The cross of snow --
The sound of the sea --
The poets --
Chaucer --
Shakespeare --
Milton --
Keats --
Divina Commedia --
The three silences of Molinos.
丛书名: American poets (Heritage Press (New York, N.Y.))
责任: selected, and edited with a commentary, by Louis Untermeyer; illustrated with wood-gravings by Boyd Hanna.

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