The story of William Cullen Bryant for young readers

by Sherwin Cody

Publisher: Werner School Book Company in New York, Chicago

Written in English
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StatementBy Sherwin Cody
SeriesBaldwin"s biographical booklets
LC ClassificationsPS1181 .C6
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24668683M
LC Control Number99001810

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Ay, thou art for the grave; thy glances shine Too brightly to shine long; another Spring Shall deck her for men’s eyes—but not for thine— Sealed in a sleep which knows no wakening. The fields for thee have no medicinal leaf, And the vexed ore no mineral of power; And they who love thee wait . Better in the Poconos tells the story of Pennsylvania’s premier vacationland from its earliest days to the present. When Antoine Dutot opened the Kittatinny Hotel—the first tourist hotel in the Poconos—in , little did he know that he was a pioneer in what would become one of the largest and most diverse tourist and recreation areas on Author: Lawrence Squeri. The story of the fountain. by William Cullen Bryant,Harry Fenn,John Augustus Hows. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. William Cullen Bryant. BRYANT, William Cullen, poet and editor, born in Cummington, Massachusetts, 3 November, ; died in New York, 12 June, His ancestry might have been inferred from the character of his writings, which reflect whatever is best and noblest in the life and thought of New England.

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William Cullen Bryant has books on Goodreads with ratings. William Cullen Bryant’s most popular book is Thanatopsis. William Cullen Bryant ( - ), celebrated American author who embraced Romanticism, was an accomplished poet and journalist who served as the longtime editor of the New York Evening Post.

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Poet and editor William Cullen Bryant stood among the most celebrated figures in the frieze of 19th-century America. The fame he won as a poet while in his youth remained with him as he entered his 80s; only Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Ralph Waldo Emerson were his rivals in popularity over the course of his life.

William Cullen Bryant's biography and life American romantic poet, journalist, and long-time editor of the New York Evening was born on November 3,in a log cabin near Cummington.

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3,Cummington, Mass., U.S.—died JNew York City), poet of nature, best remembered for “Thanatopsis,” and editor for 50 years of the New York Evening Post. A descendant of early Puritan immigrants, Bryant at 16 entered the sophomore class of Williams e of finances and in hopes of attending Yale, he.

by William Cullen Bryant The Tides was published in the New York Ledger on J Henry Wadsworth Longfellow offers a poem of the same title, The Tides.7/ William Cullen Bryant, by Edgar Allan Poe. But we look in vain for anything more worthy commendation.

“Thanatopsis” is the poem by which its author is. William Cullen Bryant: Poems William Cullen Bryant. One of the first indications that William Cullen Bryant would become an American poet to be reckoned with occurred when Bryant was barely into his teenage years.

Poetry. William Cullen Bryant fell in love with poetry at a young age and under the tutelage of his father was able to expand that interest. Even during his study of law, William Cullen Bryant tried his hands on some poems. One of his most famous poem, Thanatopsis “mediation on death” formally presumed to be written by his father Dr.

Bryant was first published in William Cullen Bryant (November 3, – J ) was an American romantic poet, journalist, and long-time editor of the New York Evening Post. William Cullen Bryant Cabinet card of Bryant, c. Born: November 3. I don't know where I got this book of poems by William Cullen Bryant.

Perhaps it was a gift. It is small, bound in leather. On the front and on the spine are slim branches with flowers embossed in gold, red and white. On the front there are gold butterflies in the four corners. The book is a seconde edition, copyright /5. By William Cullen Bryant. To him who in the love of Nature holds.

Communion with her visible forms, she speaks. A various language; for his gayer hours. She has a voice of gladness, and a smile.

And eloquence of beauty, and she glides. Into his darker musings, with a mild. And healing sympathy, that steals away. William Cullen Bryany earliest ancestors in America landed in Plymouth, MA in on the ship "Handmaid".

There was the widow Anne Bryant who re-married in England to John Doane. They arrive in America with Anne's three sons, Thomas Bryant, Stephen Bryant and John Bryant. Thomas and Stephen were bonded to Samuel Eddy and John Shaw.

The Letters of William Cullen Bryant - Volume VI – William Cullen Bryant, Thomas G. Voss. Publisher: Fordham University Press 0 0 0 Summary In JanuaryBryant traveled to Mexico City, where he was greeted warmly by President Benito Juarez; on this and other occasions he was feted for the Evening Post's sturdy condemnation in of the abortive.

3 aspects of Romanticism 4 aspects of Gothic Literature 4 aspects of Transcendentalism sublime Washington Irving "The Devil and Tom Walker" William Cullen Bryant "Thanatopsis" Longfellow "Psalm of Life" "The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls" Edgar Allan Poe "The Fall of the House of Usher" "The Raven" Henry David Thoreau "Walden" "Civil Disobedience" Ralph Waldo Emerson "Self.

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As if in response, four authors of very respectable stature appeared. William Cullen Bryant, Washington Irving, James Fenimore Cooper, and Edgar Allan Poe initiated a. Four American poets: William Cullen Bryant, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, John Greenleaf Whittier, Oliver Wendell Holmes: a book for young Americans Sherwin Cody $ - $   When Antoine Dutot opened the Kittatinny Hotel&—the first tourist hotel in the Poconos&—inlittle did he know that he was a pioneer in what would become one of the largest and most diverse tourist and recreation areas on the East Coast.

Although his initial venture failed, the tourist industry of the Poconos has been a long-term success, evolving and. Thanatopsis by William Cullen Bryant Vocabulary blight – something that impairs one’s growth and deflates one’s spirit patriarchs – males in power hoary – grown gray with age; ancient sepulchre – tomb pensive – thoughtful Read more.

An Indian Story - Poem by William Cullen Bryant. 'I know where the timid fawn abides. In the depths of the shaded dell, Where the leaves are broad and the thicket hides, With its many stems and its tangled sides, From the eye of the hunter well.

'I know where the young May violet grows, In its lone and lowly nook. new publications.; mr. bryant's addresses. orations and addresses.

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Was not interested in traditional Christian religious theology, he was even accused by some of being an atheist. Book William Cullen Bryant by C H Brown revd. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in