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A bibliography of William Cullen Bryant and his critics, 1808-1972

by Judith Turner Phair

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Published by Whitston Pub. Co. in Troy, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878 -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Judith Turner Phair.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ8127 .P5, PS1181 .P5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 188 p. ;
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5055660M
    ISBN 100878750649
    LC Control Number74018203

    Title: biography william cullen bryant. Condition: Good. illus., ports.. p. Former Library book. Bibliography: p. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP More information about this seller | Contact this seller 2. William Cullen Bryant: A Biography. Home Bryant, William Cullen Biography of William Cullen Bryant. Study Guides on Works by William Cullen Bryant. 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. “The Embargo.

    The letters of William Cullen Bryant. edited by William Cullen Bryant, II, and Thomas G. Voss. 3 vols. NY: Fordham UP, PSA4 PSA4 Works of Poetry. William Cullen Bryant was born in in Cummington, grew up in a Puritan home with his father, Peter Bryant, a prominent doctor. William Cullen Bryant's early education came from his father. In his early life Bryant would spend a great deal of time in the woods surrounding his family's New England home, and read of the extensive personal library his father had.

    William Cullen Bryant wrote his poetry over a fifty-year span, but the apex of his career came in the early ’s, very close to an exact midpoint between William Wordsworth’s preface to. 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 was considered one of the New England "Fireside Poets" who believed the poet's role was prophet and societal critic, inspiring family-friendly verses to be enjoyed while gathered around the hearth.


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Bibliography of William Cullen Bryant and his critics, William Cullen Bryant, by Edgar Allan Poe effrontery, on the issue of his book he 1808-1972 book obtain from his publisher a hundred copies (or more, as the case may be,) “for distribution among friends connected with the press.” Armed with these, he will call personally either at the office or (if he understands his.

A Biography of William Cullen Bryant: With Extracts from His Private Correspondence - Vol. 2 By Parke Godwin D. Appleton and Company, Read Overview Under Open Sky: Poets on William Cullen Bryant By John DePol; Norbert Krapf Fordham University Press, 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. As a man of letters, Bryant securely established himself at the age of 27 with Poems ().

In his later years he devoted considerable time to translations. Bryant will be remembered longest as the poet of his native Berkshire hills and streams in such poems as “Thanatopsis” 1808-1972 book “To a Waterfowl.”.

William Cullen Bryant has books on Goodreads with ratings. William Cullen Bryant’s most popular book is Thanatopsis. This was after Dr. Bryant had submitted it as part of his works to an editor of the North American Review, Willard Phillips.

Clarifications were made later, and the poem was attributed to Bryant, and his subsequent poems began to appear in the Review. InWilliam Cullen Bryant came.

What Washington Irving was to American fiction, William Cullen Bryant was to American poetry. A renowned poet and journalist, William Cullen Bryant was one of the most celebrated figures of the 19th century America. His popularity was akin to Longfellow and Emerson with his. Bryant was born on November 3,in a log cabin near Cummington, Massachusetts; the home of his birth is today marked with a plaque.

He was the second son of Peter Bryant (b. Aug. 12,d. Mar. 20, ), a doctor and later a state legislator, and Sarah Snell (b. Dec. 4,6, ). William Cullen Bryant and the North American Review.

One of the most famous poems ever to be published in the North American Review was William Cullen Bryant’s “Thanatopsis,” which appeared in the magazine’s pages in ( September ) along with his translation of an ode by Horace, an imitation of another of Horace’s odes, and a fragment that he later revised and called.

The Life and Works Of William Cullen Bryant, Volume 4 A Popular History Of the United States From the First Discovery Of the Westerrn Hemisphere By the Northmen, To the End Of the First Century Of the Union Of the States, Preceded By a Sketch Of the Pre-Historic Period and.

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. A list of poems by William Cullen Bryant William Cullen Bryant, author of "Thanatopsis," was born in Cummington, Massachusetts on November 3, He is considered an American nature poet and journalist, who wrote poems, essays, and articles that championed the rights of workers and immigrants.

William Cullen Bryant and His Critics, (Troy, New York, ), pp. McLean identifies the image of the man of letters and the need for correcting it.

Brown and Phair emphasize the journalist and political figure to recapture Bryant's importance. 5 See William P. Hudson, "Archibald Alison and William Cullen Bryant,". William Cullen Bryant (), one of the major cultural figures of 19th century America, receives a rousing re-consideration in this engaging biography, which could also serve as a lucid introduction to the literary and political phenomena of his period/5(4).

Title: The Story of the Fountain Author: William Cullen Bryant (American, –) Illustrator: Winslow Homer (American, Boston, Massachusetts – Prouts Neck, Maine) Illustrator: John Augustus Hows (American, New York – New York) Illustrator: Harry Fenn (American (born England), Surrey – Montclair, New Jersey) Illustrator: Fredericks (American, 19th century).

PERIODICAL ARTICLES ABOUT WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT. // Bibliography of William Cullen Bryant & His Critics, ;, p A list of periodical articles about author and poet William Cullen Bryant is presented, including "A Milton-Bryant Parallel," by Jacob H.

Adler, "Arbor Day Here," and "Bryant's Plea for Park," by Morris W. Axler. William Cullen Bryant was born near Cummington, Massachusetts, on November 3, He was the second son of doctor and state legislator Peter Bryant and his wife Sarah Snell, whose ancestors were passengers on the Mayflower.

At thirteen, Bryant wrote “The Embargo,” a satirical poem calling for the resignation of President Thomas Jefferson. William Cullen Bryant (brī´ənt), –, American poet and newspaper editor, gton, Mass.

The son of a learned and highly respected physician, Bryant was exposed to English poetry in his father's vast library.William Cullen Bryant was perhaps the most famous American poet in the first half of the nineteenth century, and, as editor of the New York Evening Post for almost fifty years, one of America's leading newspaper editors.

Bryant was an accomplished poet at an early age, publishing his first poems at age thirteen and writing his important poems.William Cullen Bryant – Biography. William Cullen Bryant (November 3, – J ) was an American poet and journalist.

He was born in Cummington, Massachusetts, the second son of Peter Bryant, a prominent doctor. His ancestors on both sides came over in the Mayflower.