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Chapter 22: Westminster Abbey Longfellow was the first American to be commemorated, on the mere ground of
ublic service and distant kinship of blood, in Westminster Abbey.
The impressions made by that circumstance in whom the English-speaking race seemed one, and Westminster Abbey its undoubted central shrine, an opinion of wh of the Hudson, would appeal more strongly than Westminster Abbey; and it is probable that the interest inspired ust of Longfellow took place in Poets' Corner, Westminster Abbey.
It is the work of Mr. Thomas Brock, A. R. A. have received already from the authorities of Westminster Abbey, I have no doubt it will be received in the sa orresponds to that of France, yet admission to Westminster Abbey forms a sort of posthumous test of literary em tory that his memorial had been placed in that great Abbey among those of his brothers in poetry.
The Chance spread their fame, been admitted to a place in Westminster Abbey.
A century ago America was just commencing he