PART VIIIJames Russell Lowell
Edited by Kevin B. MacDonnell
"Behind his conservative Victorian exterior, Lowell was a man who had as varied a career as any of his contemporaries: he was a student whose irreverence got him rusticated to Concord, an idealistic young lawyer, ardent romantic, passionate abolitionist, erudite scholar, successful diplomat, humorist, lecturer, stairist, poet, essayist, respected professor, and influential editor.Contains: 296 printed titles; 21 manuscripts, 22 Ana.
Edited by Carmen Russell Hurff
"S. Foster Damon records Amy Lowell's coaching of an unresponsive audience: 'Well?--Clap or hiss, I don't care which; but do something!'Contains: 47 printed titles; 1 manuscript.