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Chapter 5: Lowell of the three authors most widely associated with old Cambridge, only Holmes and Lowell were born there, although its associations became a second nature to Longfellow, who was
t region was still a part of Massachusetts.
Lowell felt, even more thoroughly than Holmes, the in his native town, though always near it; while Lowell was continuously a Cantabrigian, with only occ in this house, nearly fifty years later, that Lowell was born (Feb. 22, 1819).
Lowell's name was mbative; and I think he occasionally protected Lowell also, who was small and slight.
Lowell was nLowell was not then a handsome boy, but he had very fine eyes and that Apollo look about the brow which lighted Charles River the Bower of Blisse.
In 1834 Lowell and Story went to college, and my brother afte ches the works and ways of the students.
Both Lowell and Story were popular and socially brilliant ricaturing.
But if he was the social leader, Lowell was perhaps the class favorite.
He wrote the [6 more...]