3 edition of The Poems Of Charles Fenno Hoffman found in the catalog.
September 12, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Edward Fenno Hoffman (Editor)|
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Charles Fenno Hoffman (February 7, – June 7, ) was an American author, poet and editor associated with the Knickerbocker group in New York. He was born in New York City on February 7,the son of New York State Attorney General Josiah Ogden Hoffman and Maria Fenno Hoffman (, daughter of John Fenno).
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Read Charles Fenno Hoffman ’s biography, works and quotes online for free. offers the most comprehensive collection of books and writings by Charles Fenno Hoffman. River, O river, thou rovest freeFrom the mountain height to the fresh blue sea,Free thyself, while in silver chainLinking each charm of land and g at first thy banded wavesFrom hill-side thickets and fern-hid caves,From the splinter'd crag thou leap'st below,Through leafy glades at will to flow—Idling now 'mid the dallying sedge,Slumbering now by the steep's moss'd.
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He was born in New York City on February 7,the son of New York Attorney General Josiah Ogden Hoffman and Maria (Fenno) Hoffman (–, daughter of John Fenno). When 11 years old, his leg was crushed by a boating accident and had to be : Harrisburg State Hospital Cemetery.
It was not untilin The New-York Book of Poetry (edited by Charles Fenno Hoffman), that the poem was first attributed in print to Moore. For decades, Moore refused to deny or confirm authorship of the poem, but he did take credit for it years later, inin his book "Poems", an anthology of his mater: Columbia College.
Charles Fenno Hoffman, The Vigil of Faith and Other Poems, a popular book with four editions in three years Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Poems on Slavery, written in support of the abolitionist movement, dedicated to William Ellery Channing ; the author donates the contents of the book to the New England Anti-Slavery Tract Society to republish.
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Charles Fenno Hoffman (), another Knicker-bocker editor 35 and a song-writer, who, says a recent critic, 36 “possessed a lyric note almost completely unknown in the America of his time,”—by which is meant a certain catchy musical lilt,—is, however, chiefly memorable for the fine ballad Monterey.
The earliest known separate printing was an illustrated broadsheet published circa (BAL ). Its earliest located formal book publication (and its first appearance under Moore's name) was in The New-York Book of Poetry (BAL ), edited by Charles Fenno Hoffman, which contained verse by Moore and many others.
“Capacious, comprehensive, wide-ranging, and judiciously fair, the Library of America anthology presents the great body of American poetry in the century of the Louisiana Purchase, the Alamo, the Civil War, the expansion of the western frontier, the gilded age and the age of innocence.
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Nicholas, by Clement C. Moore, with original cuts, designed and engraved by Boyd ("This. Title C.F. Hoffman / painted by H. Inman ; engraved by J. Sartain. Contributor Names Sartain, John,engraver. First publication and first full-length book identifying Clement Clarke Moore as the author; The New-York Book of Poetry, edited by Charles Fenno Hoffman: Second known illustration for the poem; an engraving by William Croome in The Poets of America, edited by John Keese: Subject - Food & Drink.
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Sparkling and Bright by Charles Fenno Hoffman Mint Julep by Charles Fenno Hoffman. Poet and teacher Richard Hoffman earned a BA in English from Fordham University and an MFA in creative writing from Goddard College.
He is the author of the poetry collections Without Paradise: Poems () and Gold Star Road (), which was selected by Molly Peacock for the Barrow Street Press Poetry Prize and won the Sheila Motton Award from the New England Poetry Club. A Voice in Every Wind Book Summary: Kaa: a world res communicate by scent and taste as much as sound and g lives in every rock and stream, and every breeze brings a new ousness and sapience are new experiences, where intelligence and culture are in the throes of being where one Human explorer stands on the threshold of discoveries that could.
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Hoffman was born in New York City on February 7,he was his second wife, Maria Hoffman. His elder half-brother from his father's first marriage to Mary Colden was Ogden Hoffman, who served in the United States House of Representatives from to ; when Charles was 11 years.
Soon, the poem began to be reprinted in other newspapers, almanacs and magazines, with the first appearance in a book in The New York Book of Poetry, edited by Charles Fenno Hoffman, in It was not untilhowever, that Moore himself acknowledged authorship in a volume of his poetry entitled Poems, published at the request of his.
The poem "Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas", It was first attributed to Clement Clarke Moore in by Charles Fenno Hoffman in The New York Book of Poetry.
"A Visit From St. Nicholas" in Poems That Every Child Should Know, ed. by Mary E. Burt (). Poe, Edgar Allan, The Complete Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, ed.
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Language: English. Group: Short Charles Fenno Hoffman: Etext: Seneca Suter: en: Play On. The Vigil of Faith, and Other Poems, by Charles Fenno Hoffman (page images at MOA) PSH2 V5 Viator: or, A Peep into My Note Book (Baltimore: Plaskitt and Cugle, ), by David Hoffman. multiple formats at ; page images at HathiTrust; PSH33 Poems (), by Edmund Stephen Holbrook (multiple formats at archive.
Editor: Matthews, Brander, Title: Poems of American Patriotism Contents: Boston / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Paul Revere's ride / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- The Battle of Lexington / Sidney Lanier -- Hymn / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Ticonderoga / V. B. Wilson -- Grandmother's story of Bunker Hill battle / Oliver Wendell Holmes -- Warren's address / John Pierpont .Hoffman, Charles Fenno.
The New-York book of poetry (C. Dearborn: N.Y., ); includes first appearance of C.C. Moore's poem, "A visit from Saint Nicholas." Hoffman, Charles Fenno. Wild scenes in the first and prairie (Richard Bentley: London, ) Hoffman, Charles Fenno. A winter in the west (Harper and Brothers: N.Y., ) Hoffman.
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