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light,

Yet ever the artist, ever more large and bright

Than the eye of a man may avail of: manifold One,

I must pass from thy face, I must pass from the face of the Sun:

Old Want is awake and agog, every wrinkle a-frown;

The worker must pass to his work in the terrible town:

But I fear not, nay, and I fear not the thing to be done;

I am strong with the strength of my lord the Sun:

How dark, how dark soever the race that must needs be run,

I am lit with the Sun.

Oh, never the mast-high run of the seas Of traffic shall hide thee,

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LIST OF REFERENCES

LIST OF REFERENCES1

BRYANT

EDITIONS

*THE LIFE AND WORKS OF WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT, 6 volumes: vols. i and ii, Biography; vols. iii and iv, The Poetical Works; vols. v and vi, Prose Writings: D. Appleton & Co., 188384. (The standard edition, edited by Parke Godwin.)- *THE POETICAL WORKS, Roslyn Edition: D. Appleton & Co., 1903. (An excellent edition, complete except the translations from Homer in one volume; with chronologies, bibliography, etc.) -- THE ILIAD OF HOMER, translated into English Blank Verse; THE ODYSSEY OF HOMER, translated into English Blank Verse: Roslyn Edition, 4 volumes; Students' Edition, 2 volumes: Houghton, Mifflin & Co.

BIOGRAPHY AND REMINISCENCES

*GODWIN (Parke), Biography of William Cullen Bryant, with extracts from his private correspondence, 1883. (The standard biography.) *BIGELOW (John), William Cullen Bryant (American Men of Letters Series), 1890. -BRADLEY (W. A.), Bryant (English Men of Letters Series), 1905.

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BARTLETT (D. W.), Modern Agitators, or Pen Portraits of Living American Reformers, 1855. - BROWN (E. R.), The Life and Poems of John Howard Bryant, 1899. (Containing in the biographical sketch many allusions to William Cullen Bryant also.) - BUNGAY (George W.), OffHand Takings; or Crayon Sketches of the Noticeable Men of our Age: Biography of Bryant, 1854. *CENTURY ASSOCIATION (N. Y.), The Bryant Festival at The Century,' Nov. 5, 1864. (An account of the celebration of Bryant's seventieth birthday, containing Lowell's poem On Board the Seventy-Six, poems by Holmes, Whittier, Bayard Taylor, George H. Boker, Thomas Buchanan Read, Julia Ward Howe, R. H. Stoddard, H. T. Tuckerman, etc., and addresses by Emerson, Bancroft, Samuel Osgood, etc.), 1865.-CENTURY ASOCIATION (N. Y.), Bryant Memorial Meeting of the Century, Nov. 12, 1878. (Containing Stedman's The Death of Bryant, Bayard Taylor's Epicedium, R. H. Stoddard's The Dead Master, and an oration by John Bigelow.) CUMMINGTON, Mass., Bryant Centennial Celebration. (Containing addresses by Parke Godwin, E. R. Brown, John Bigelow, Charles Dudley Warner, John White Chadwick, Charles Eliot Norton, G. Stanley Hall, etc., and poems by Julia Ward Howe and John H. Bryant), 1894. *CURTIS (G. W.), Orations and Addresses, vol. iii: William Cullen Bryant: His Life, Character, and Writings. A Commemorative Address, Dec. 30, 1878. — DERBY (J. C.), Fifty Years among Authors, 1884. FINLEY (John H.) and CALKINS (E. E.), The Bryant Centennial; a Book about a Day, Galesburg, 1894.- GODWIN (Parke), Commemorative Addresses. - GREER (F. H.), William Cullen Bryant, in Universal Biography of Men of Mark of the Nineteenth Century. HAWTHORNE, Passages from French and Italian Note-Books: May 22, 1858. — HILL (D. J.), William Cullen Bryant (American Authors), 1879. - KIRKLAND (Mrs. C.), William Cullen Bryant in Homes of American Authors, 1853; the same, in Little Journeys to the Homes of American Authors, 1896.-PALMER (Ray), Biography of Bryant, 1877.- POWERS (H. N.), William Cullen Bryant: in R. H. Stoddard's The Homes and Haunts of our Elder Poets.-SYMINGTON (A. J.), William Cullen Bryant, a biographical sketch, with selections, 1880. — TAYLOR (Mrs. Bayard), On Two Continents, 1905. - TUCKERMAN (H. T.), Thoughts on the Poets, 1846. - WALSH (William Shepard), Pen Pictures of Modern Authors, 1882. (Quotations from Hawthorne, John Bigelow, etc.) — WHITMAN, Specimen Days, June 13-14, 1878: Death of William Cullen Bryant. (Complete Prose Works, pp 106-107.)- WILSON (J. G.), Bryant and his Friends: some reminiscences of the Knickerbocker writers, 1885. -*(The Diary of a Poet's Mother, a 1 The more important books and essays are marked with an asterisk. For explanations regarding the arrangement of the Reference-Lists, see Preface.

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