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The Complete Poems - cover

The Complete Poems

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Summary

This collection includes the complete poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -  poems, verses, ballads, songs and other poetry written by this famous American poet and educator.
Table of Contents:
Voices of the Night:
Prelude
Hymn to the Night
A Psalm of Life
The Reaper and the Flowers
The Light of Stars
Footsteps of Angels
Flowers
The Beleaguered City
Midnight Mass for the Dying Year
Earlier Poems:
An April Day
Autumn
Woods in Winter
Hymn of the Moravian Nuns of Bethlehem
Sunrise on the Hills
The Spirit of Poetry
Burial of the Minnisink
L'Envoi
Ballads and Other Poems:
The Skeleton in Armor
The Wreck of the Hesperus
The Village Blacksmith
Endymion
It is not Always May
The Rainy Day
God's-Acre
To the River Charles
Blind Bartimeus
The Goblet of Life
Maidenhood
Excelsior
Poems on Slavery:
To William E. Channing
The Slave's Dream
The Good Part, that shall not be taken away
The Slave in the Dismal Swamp
The Slave singing at Midnight
The Witnesses
The Quadroon Girl
The Warning
The Spanish Student
The Belfry of Bruges and Other Poems:
Carillon
The Belfry of Bruges
A Gleam of Sunshine
The Arsenal at Springfield
Nuremberg
The Norman Baron
Rain In Summer
To a Child
The Occultation of Orion
The Bridge
To the Driving Cloud
The Day Is done
Afternoon in February
To an Old Danish Song-Book
Walter von der Vogelweid
Drinking Song
The Old Clock on the Stairs
The Arrow and the Song
Mezzo Cammin
The Evening Star
Autumn
Dante
Curfew
Evangeline - A Tale of Acadie
The Seaside and the Fireside:
The Song of Hiawatha
The Courtship
Birds of Passage:
Prometheus, or the Poet's Forethought
Epimetheus, or the Poet's Afterthought
The Ladder of St. Augustine
The Phantom Ship
The Warden of the Cinque Ports
Haunted Houses
In the Churchyard at Cambridge
The Emperor's Bird's-Nest
The Two Angels
Daylight and Moonlight
The Jewish Cemetery at Newport
Oliver Basselin
Victor Galbraith
My Lost Youth
The Ropewalk
The Golden Mile-Stone
Catawba Wine
Santa Filomena
The Discoverer of the North Cape
Daybreak
The Fiftieth Birthday of Agassiz
Children
Sandalphon
The Children's Hour
Enceladus
The Cumberland
Snow-Flakes…

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