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Evangeline : and selected tales and poems /

Poems deal with the Acadian migration, an Indian hero, a shipwreck, village life, colonial America, ghosts, grief, and memories of childhood.

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  • "Thirty seven of Longfellows most enduring poems, collected by Horace Gregor."
  • "Poems deal with the Acadian migration, an Indian hero, a shipwreck, village life, colonial America, ghosts, grief, and memories of childhood."@en
  • "Poems deal with the Acadian migration, an Indian hero, a shipwreck, village life, colonial America, ghosts, grief, and memories of childhood. SUBJECT(S)."
  • "A representative selection of Longfellow's shorter verses plus his narrative poems Evangeline, The courtship of Miles Standish, and passages from The song of Hiawatha; the appendix contains an example of Longfellow's prose: Martin Franc and the monk of Saint Anthony and critical commentaries by Van Wyck Brooks, Norman Holmes Pearson, and Lewis Carroll."@en

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  • "Poetry"
  • "Poetry."
  • "Electronic books."
  • "Genres littéraires."

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  • "Evangeline : and selected tales and poems."
  • "Evangeline : and selected tales and poems /"@en
  • "Evangeline : and selected tales and poems /"
  • "Evangeline : and selected tales and poems. /"@en
  • "Evangeline : and Selected Tales and Poems"
  • "Evangeline and selected tales and poems"
  • "Evangeline and selected tales and poems /"
  • "Evangeline, and selected tales and poems. /"@en
  • "Evangeline and selected tales and poems."