Distinguished poet Horace Gregory has selected thirty-seven of Longfellow’s most enduring poems for this edition, the only paperback of Longfellow’s poetry in print.
Table of Contents
Evangeline & Selected Tales and PoemsPreface: Longfellow in the Twenty-First Century Introduction Selected Bibliography A Note on This Book A Longfellow Chronology
Mezzo Cammin Aftermath A Psalm of Life Hymn to the Night Burial of the Minnisink The Skeleton in Armor The Wreck of the Hesperus The Village Blacksmith The Witnesses the Belfry of Bruges The Day is Done The Old Clock on the Stairs Evangeline The Building of the Ship Tegner’s Drapa From The Song of Hiawatha The Four Winds Hiawatha’s Wedding-Feast The Son of the Evening Star Pisture-Writing The Ghosts Hiawatha’s Departure The Celestial Pilot The Bells of Lynn Sandalphon Vittoria Colonna Helen of Tyre The Warden of the Cinque Ports Haunted Houses In the Churchyard at Cambridge My Lost Youth The Children’s Hour Paul Revere’s Ride From The Saga of King Olaf The Challenge of Thor The Wraith of Odin The Birds of Killingworth The Spanish Jew’s Tale Azrael Charlemagne Hawthorne the Cross of Snow Amalfi A Dutch Picture The White Czar Jugurtha the Bells of San Blas To-Morrow Santa Teresa’s Book-Mark The Return of Spring The Courtship of Miles Standish
Appendix: Martin Franc and the Monk of Saint Anthony
Commentaries: Van Wyck Brooks Schoolcraft on the Hiawatha Myth Norman Holmes Pearson Both Longfellows Lewis Carrol Hiawatha’s Photographing
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