New York Hurst & Company Publishers. 323 pages. There is no printed or edition date. However, there is a women's name with the year 1911 written (has become quite faded over time) on the front page of the book.
Lowell 1819 to 1891 was consider an American Romantic Poet who was also a critic, editor and diplomat ( served as ambassador to Spain and later , England. His satires were inspiration for later writers, both Mark Twain and H. L. Mencken. He used his poetry to spread his anti slavery views and was involved in the movement to abolish slavery.
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