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Whittier, bard of freedom,

著者: Whitman Bennett
出版商: Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press [©1941]
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Bennett, Whitman.
Whittier, bard of freedom.
Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina press [©1941]
(OCoLC)575773087
提及的人: John Greenleaf Whittier; John Greenleaf Whittier; John G Whittier; John Greenleaf Whittier
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所有的著者/提供者: Whitman Bennett
OCLC号码: 818270
注意: "A note on sources and methods": p. 335-340.
描述: xv, 359 pages illustrations 24 cm
内容: The Whittier ground and background --
The Quaker inheritance --
The barefoot boyhood --
Greenleaf becomes the town poet --
White-haired boy of the academy --
To Boston and home again --
The Hartford and back again --
Transition --
Dedicated to a cause --
Justice and expediency --
Poetical writings of 1833-1834 --
The first national anti-slavery convention --
The New England anti-slavery riots --
Getting back into harness --
The year 1837 --
The burning of Pennsylvania Hall, May 17, 1838 --
Conclusion of the Philadelphia engagement --
The perennial invalid --
Emotional onslaught on slavery --
Frustrations and new foundations --
The anti-slavery movement formally enters politics --
Back in the anti-slavery conflict --
The rebirth of a poet --
Legends and reminiscences --
Whittier reforms his prose --
The hammer returns to the anvil --
The end of literary prose efforts --
The pulsating fifties --
Whittier drafts Sumner for the senate --
Thunderheads of war --
Whittier emancipates his own inspiration --
Maud Muller and Skipper Ireson --
The year 1860 --
Whittier in war times --
Snow-bound --
The tent on the beach --
Twilight inspiration --
Devotional writings --
The celibate patriarch --
Eternal goodness.
责任: [by] Whitman Bennett.

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