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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Born in Portland, MaineFebruary 27, 1807 Publish his first poem"The Battle of Lovell's Pond" 1820 Spent his childhood at theCongress Street house. The Wadsworth Family Parents: Zilpah & StephenChildren: Stephen and HenryElizabeth and AnneAlex and MaryEllen and Sam. At 14, Longfellow was accepted at Bowdoin College. He meets his future friend, Nathanial HawthorneThey graduated in 1825 Mary dies in 1835Due to complicationsin childbirth Moved to Brunswick,Maine to finish school. Moved to Cambridge Published his first poem "The Battle of Lovell's Pond" At 13 years old in 1820 Returned to teach at Harvard in 1836 Gained Instantaneous Fame with poem collections: Hyperion: 1839Voices in the Night: 1839Ballads and Poems: 1841 Marries his second wife,Fanny Appleton in 1843 They have 6 kids:Charles, Ernest, Fanny, Alice, Edith, and Anne Allegra. The childrenwere raised in the Craigie House Longfellow retiresfrom teachingin 1854 Fanny dies in 1861she is burned to death in asealing wax incident Longfellow is physically scarredand depressed after attemptingto save his wife from burningto death His son, Charles, goesto fight in the Civil War The first American topublish a translation of Dante'sIn 1867 The Divine Comedy Longfellow passes away in 1882 Poems on Slavery (1842), the anthology The Poets and Poetry of Europe (1845), Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie (1847), the novel Kavanagh (1849), The Song of Hiawatha (1855), The Courtship of Miles Standish (1858),Tales of a Wayside Inn (1863 The Major Works "In character, in manner, in style, in all things, the supreme excellence is simplicity." 1829: Taught 3 different languages at Bowdoin1831: Marries his first wife, Mary1834: Takes job as Professor of Modern Language at Harvard. Took a Three Yeartrip to Europe. He masters7 different languages and was introduced to literaryclassics.Trip Began in 1826 Lucas KaneGreat American Writers18 November 2014
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