Author:William Cullen Bryant

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William Cullen Bryant
(1794–1878)
An American Romantic poet and journalist.
William Cullen Bryant

Works[edit]

from Thirty Poems (1864)[1][edit]

  • "The Planting of the Apple Tree"
  • "The Snow Shower"
  • "A Rain Dream"
  • "Robert of Lincoln"
  • "The Twenty-Seventh of March"
  • "An Invitation to the Country"
  • "Song for New-Year's Eve"
  • "The Wind and Stream"
  • "The Lost Bird"
  • "The Night Journey of a River"
  • "The Life that Is"
  • "Song: 'These Prairies Glow with Flowers'"
  • "A Sick-Bed"
  • "The Song of the Sower"
  • "The New and the Old"
  • "The Cloud on the Way"
  • "The Tides"
  • "Italy"
  • "A Day Dream"
  • "The Ruins of Italica"
  • "Waiting by the Gate"
  • "Not Yet"
  • "Our Country's Call"
  • "The Constellations"
  • "The Third of November, 1861"
  • "The Mother's Hymn"
  • "Sella"
  • "The Fifth Book of Homer's Odyssey, Translated"
  • "The Little People of the Snow"
  • "The Poet"

Works about Bryant[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Thirty Poems at Archive.org
Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.