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GREAT AMERICAN AUTHORS
WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT

Once there was a boy who lived in the hill country of western Massachusetts and who came to know every bird and flower and stream. Years later, when he was a man, carrying a heavy burden of work in the city of New York, he went back summer after summer to the scenes of his boyhood to gain new strength from the hills that were dear to him. And always, from his boyhood to his old age, he loved poetry. In nature he found many of his best subjects, so that from time to time a poem about the gladness of nature, or the waterfowl, or the yellow violet, or the bobolink, or March, would be added to his sheaf of poems, and he is now revered as our first great American poet, William Cullen Brvant.
This almost sums up a long and useful life. Bryant (1794-1878) was born four years after Franklin's death, and eighteen years after the Declaration of Independence. He died two years after the first centennial of that Declaration. When he was born, Washington was president; he died thirteen years after Lincoln, the great preserver of the Union that Washington had founded. But his life was not so crowded with thrilling experiences as the life of Franklin. His boyhood in the Massachusetts hills; his active life as the editor of the New York

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