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William Cullen Bryant (Bryant William Cullen)

( American poet and journalist.)

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(1794-1878)
Born November 3, 1794 in Kammingtone (pc. Mass.). His father encouraged him to pieces in imitation of Alexander the priest and in 1808 published a written by the son of the federalist-minded satire, metivshuyu in T. Jefferson's Embargo, or paintings of our time (The Embargo, or Sketches of the Times, 1808). In autumn 1811 Bryant wrote the poem in rough Tanatopsis (Thanatopsis), . which refuses to follow his mother's Calvinist beliefs, . preferring unitarianstvu and deism, . who professed some of his classmates at Williams College (1810-1811),
. Studied law and practiced near Kammingtona in place Pleynfild (1815-1816).
After moving to Great Barrington (pc. Massachusetts), worked in the civil courts, he was elected to the minor positions in municipal government, in 1821 he married Frances Fairchild. Published in 1819 Tanatopsis brought him recognition as a poet. Reputations Bryant consolidated volume Poems (1821) and published in Boston magazine 'United Steyts Literary rivyu' (1824-1825). In poetry and literary criticism Bryant tried to convey to the American mentality of the British Romantics.

In 1825 Bryant moved to New York where he edited the 'New York rivyu'. From 1827 until his death he was in the State of New York 'Evening Post' assistant editor, then became editor and co-owner of the newspaper. On its pages, Bryant argued for free trade, freedom of speech, freedom of settlement of vacant land, the freedom of all people - and the slaves on the plantations, and factory workers. Bryant was one of the founders of the Republican Party and fervently defended the cause of the North during the Civil War. Poetry, he devoted very little time (a collection of poems - Poems, 1832, The Fountain - The Fountain and Other Poems, 1842, Thirty poems - Thirty Poems, 1864). Half a century his name was mentioned in a number of major American writers, and this he must first of all the poems written since the beginning of 1820 and to around 1835 or 1840. Bryant died in New York on June 12, 1878.


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