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Similitudes From Ocean and Prairie
1854 by Reprint Services Corp .
Written in English
Notable American Authors
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Hoping to make her living primarily from her literary career, Larcom left her full time teaching position at Wheaton inalthough she wouldCited by: 1. Returning to Massachusetts after graduation, Larcom entered Boston’s literary world, publishing her first book, Similitudes, from the Ocean and Prairie, in and publishing poems and articles in numerous national magazines.
Larcom was an ardent abolitionist and submitted a poem to an contest organized by the New England Emigrant Aid. In book: The First Americans: The Pleistocene Colonization of the New World, Edition: No.
27, Chapter: Ocean Trails and Praire Paths. Thoughts. In the same year she published her first book, Similitudes from Ocean Prairie. Her collection, Poems (), solidified her fame and was republished in in a “ Household Edition ” by Houghton, Mifflin, a sign of its popularity.
Lucy Larcom was an American teacher, poet, and author. Larcom was one of the first teachers at Wheaton Female Seminary, now Wheaton College. Her autobiography, published inis a valuable resource in determining what childhood was like in New England during her time.4/5.
Scope and Contents: Several reoccurring themes run throughout Lacy Larcom’s letters to Ada Elise Locke, among them are the challenges that come with writing for a living, her reasons for moving from place to place, and the grace she experiences from living according to her Christian beliefs.
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She then returned to the East and in began teaching at the Wheaton Seminary in Norton, Massachusetts. That year she published her first book, Similitudes from the Ocean and the Prairie, a series of prose parables, which she later dismissed as an immature work. During this period she published poetry in newspapers and in the Atlantic Monthly.
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Randolph, c), by Lewis Hubbard Reid (page images at HathiTrust) Similitudines Homeri cum Æschyli, Sophoclis, Euripidis comparantur. Dissertatio inauguralis. Lucy Larcom (March 5, - Ap ) was an American poet. Larcom was born in Beverly, Massachusetts, inthe 9th of 10 children.
Her father died when she was young. Her mother moved the family to Lowell, Massachusetts, where she ran a boarding house. Lucy worked in cotton mills in Lowell from the ages of 11 to 21 as a doffer. As a mill girl she hoped.
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