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Poems of James Russell Lowell - With biographical sketch by Nathan Haskell Dole - cover

Poems of James Russell Lowell - With biographical sketch by Nathan Haskell Dole

James Russell Lowell

Publisher: Good Press

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The Poems of James Russell Lowell is a collection of poems that showcases the author's exceptional literary style, blending humor, wit, and social commentary. Known for his romantic poetry, Lowell's work often reflects his New England background and his deep reverence for nature. His poems touch on themes of love, nature, and social justice, making the collection a diverse and compelling read. Lowell's use of vivid imagery and poetic language places him as a prominent figure in 19th-century American literature, influencing future generations of poets. This collection is a testament to Lowell's mastery of the craft and his ability to capture the essence of his time. James Russell Lowell, a renowned poet, essayist, and diplomat, drew inspiration from his experiences as a professor at Harvard University and his involvement in various social and political movements. His keen observations of society and human nature are evident in his poetry, reflecting a deep appreciation for the world around him. Lowell's literary prowess and cultural insights contribute to the richness of his poems, positioning him as a significant voice in American literature. I highly recommend Poems of James Russell Lowell to readers who appreciate thought-provoking poetry that explores the complexities of the human experience. Lowell's eloquent verses and profound themes make this collection a timeless and rewarding literary journey.
Available since: 09/18/2023.
Print length: 389 pages.

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