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James Russell Lowell


American poet, author, sociable reformer, and diplomat from the Intimate movement as well as the Fireside Poets. His most well-known works add a Fable for Critics, The Biglow Documents, and Heartsease and Rue. He graduated from Harvard University and Harvard Regulation College. He was an abolitionist, and he also kept a political placement as an ambassador to Spain. He wed Maria White colored in 1844 and got one surviving kid. Following his 1st wife’s loss of life, he wedded Frances Dunlap. His dialect-heavy dialogue in The Biglow Documents influenced Tag Twain’s literary design.

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Date Of Birth February 22, 1819
Died August 12, 1891, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Place Of Birth Cambridge, MA
Profession Poet
Education Harvard Law School, Harvard College, Harvard University
Nationality American
Children Blanche Lowell, Mabel Lowell, Walter Lowell, Rose Lowell
Parents Charles Russell Lowell Sr., Harriett Brackett Spence Lowell
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