LOUISE MOULTON (CHANDLER)
\luːwˈiːz mˈə͡ʊltən t͡ʃˈandlə], \luːwˈiːz mˈəʊltən tʃˈandlə], \l_uː_w_ˈiː_z m_ˈəʊ_l_t_ə_n__ tʃ_ˈa_n_d_l_ə]\
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An American poet and prose-writer; born in Pomfret, Conn., April 10, 1835. She is one of the prominent literary women of Boston, and the author of many books, in which are included: "This, That, and the Other" (1854), stories, essays, and poems; "Bedtime Stories for Children" (1873); "Swallow-Flights, and Other Poems" (1878); "Ourselves and Our Neighbors" (1887); "Some Women's Hearts" (1888); and "In the Garden of Dreams, Lyrics, and Sonnets". D. 1908.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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- An Italian lyric poet(1552-1637); born at Savona. Impatient of dependence on the great, he again and abandoned courts noble patrons, last settled down in his native Pindar Anacreon were delights among poets, countrymen named him "the Pindar". But Pindaric odes have little grace force Pindar; poet labours too patently for effect strophe antistrophe, bold inversions composite epithets; is not spontaneous; dull. Yet some songs after are models elegance grace. epic dramatic poems hardly rise above mediocrity. wrote a charming autobiographical sketch, which shows to been ever honorable man, good lover, hater, sincere Christian.