Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is noted as the most popular American poet of the nineteenth century. His poetry and narrative works are lyrical with an easy rhythm, making them memorable. Uplifting with topics the "every man" can relate to, Longfellow's poetry hums in people's minds like a favorite song.


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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Introducing the Longfellow Society

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Cambridge, Massachusetts


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Portland, Maine

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Sudbury, Massachusetts

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Statue

Longfellow's Head

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