Calamus (poems)
The "Calamus" poems are a cluster of poems in Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman. These poems celebrate and promote "the manly love of comrades". Most critics believe that these poems are Whitman's clea...
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The Tales of Ensign Stål
The Tales of Ensign Stål (Swedish original title: Fänrik Ståls sägner, Finnish: Vänrikki Stoolin tarinat, or year 2007 translation Vänrikki Stålin tarinat) is an epic poem written in Swedish by the Fi...
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Naprej, zastava slave
Naprej, zastava slave or Naprej, zastava Slave ("Forward, Flag of Glory") is the historical national anthem of Slovenia (from 1860 until the beginning of the 1990s).
It tells about a boy who goes ...
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Paul Revere's Ride
"Paul Revere's Ride" (1860) is a poem by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow that commemorates the actions of American patriot Paul Revere on April 18, 1775, although with significant inaccuracie...
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1860 in poetry
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One Hour to Madness and Joy
"One Hour to Madness and Joy" is a poem by Walt Whitman.
O Armatolos
"O Armatolos" is an award-winning poem written by the 19th-century poet Grigor Parlichev. The poem was composed in 1860, and officially published on March 25 of that year to participate in the Athens ...
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The Children's Hour (poem)
"The Children's Hour" is a poem by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, first published in the September 1860 edition of The Atlantic Monthly.
The poem describes the poet's idyllic family l...
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Gustaf Adolf Montgomery
Gustaf Adolf Montgomery (1790-1861) was a Finnish colonel. Born in Finland before the separation of the Grand Duchy of Finland from Sweden, he was old enough to take part in the Finnish War (1808-09) ...
Lucile (poem)
Lucile was a verse novel written by Robert Bulwer-Lytton writing under the pen name Owen Meredith, and published in 1860. The poem is a narrative told in an anapaest meter. It was Meredith's most popu...
Lotta Svärd (poem)
Lotta Svärd - Swedish: svärd means a sword - is the fourth poem in the second part of Johan Ludvig Runeberg's epic poem The Tales of Ensign Stål from 1860.The Lotta Svärd poem is about a woman who...
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