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Philip Freneau

Poet and writer whose acquaintance with Wayne Madison secured his placement as editor from the Country wide Gazette. His important poems consist of “THE HOME of Night time” and “The Crazy Honey Suckle.” While going to Princeton College or university, he co-wrote a satire entitled Dad Bombo’s Pilgrimage to Mecca. His poem “THE HOME of Night time” consists of Gothic components and was one of the primary American passionate poems. He was raised in NJ as the boy of the French dad and a Scottish mom. He wedded Eleanor Forman in 1790. His character poem, “The Crazy Honey Suckle,” offered as motivation for Ralph Waldo Emerson and additional Transcendentalist authors.

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