The Song of Hiawatha Quotes by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Longfellow Reads Longfellow: Song of Hiawatha
He had not been able to finish it before yesterday, he admitted, but then he knew that a book by Longfellow one could dip into whenever one wanted. No need to rush the reading experience: "I have always one foremost satisfaction in reading your books that I am safe—I am in variously skilful hands but first of all they are safe hands. Emerson claimed he had enjoyed the book his friend Franklin Sanborn had so kindly delivered to him.
THE SONG OF HIAWATHA
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The Song of Hiawatha
Hiawatha was read to me before I could read. Hiawatha is a prophet, warrior, and peacemaker. In his spare time, he — accidentally, but most conveniently — discovers corn. On a different day, he invents the written word. The Song of Hiawatha is the kind of book I would have liked to write when I was a child and would like to be able to write now.
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. BLAKE f. Leicester Sq. Ill x. S FOOT Whence these legends and traditions, "With the odours of the forest, With the dew and damp of meadows, With the curling smoke of wigwams, With the rushing of great rivers, With their frequent repetitions, And their wild reverberations, As of thunder in the mountains? From the land of the Ojibways, From the land of the Dacotahs, From the mountains, moors, and fenlands, Where the heron, the Shuh-shuh-gah, Feeds among the reeds and rushes.