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eBook Henry Timrod, Laureate of the Confederacy ePub

by Henry T. Thompson

  • ISBN: 0404064213
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Henry T. Thompson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ams Pr Inc (January 1, 1928)
  • Pages: 147
  • ePub book: 1287 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1336 kb
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Henry Timrod (December 8, 1829 – October 7, 1867) was an American poet, often called the poet laureate of the Confederacy. Timrod was born on December 8, 1829, in Charleston, South Carolina, to a family of German descent

Henry Timrod (December 8, 1829 – October 7, 1867) was an American poet, often called the poet laureate of the Confederacy. Timrod was born on December 8, 1829, in Charleston, South Carolina, to a family of German descent. His grandfather Heinrich Dimroth emigrated to the United States in 1765 and anglicized his name. His father, William Henry Timrod, was an officer in the Seminole Wars and a poet himself.

Henry Timrod lived a short life, dying at age thirty-nine after suffering for nearly a decade from tuberculosis. In fact, just about everything Timrod did was short-lived: he served only a few months in the Confederate Army; he had to leave the service because of his poor health

Henry Timrod lived a short life, dying at age thirty-nine after suffering for nearly a decade from tuberculosis. In fact, just about everything Timrod did was short-lived: he served only a few months in the Confederate Army; he had to leave the service because of his poor health. He married in 1864 and died in 1867. Henry Timrod was born December 8, 1828, in Charleston, SC, to William Henry Timrod and Thyrza Prince Timrod. His father had served as a captain in the Seminole War and was also a published poet.

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Henry Timrod (December 8, 1828 - October 7, 1867) was an American poet, often called The Poet Laureate of the Confederacy. Timrod was born in Charleston, South Carolina to a family of German descent-t. he family's original surname was "Dimroth". His father was an officer in the Seminole Wars and a poet himself. Timrod studied at the University of Georgia, but, forced by illness to end his formal studies, returned to Charleston. He took a position with a lawyer and planned to begin a law practice.

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His father, William Henry Timrod, was an officer in the . The best-known poem from the book was A Vision of Poesy

His father, William Henry Timrod, was an officer in the Seminole Wars and a poet himself  . The best-known poem from the book was A Vision of Poesy. Today, Timrod’s poetry is included in most of the historical anthologies of American poetry, and he is regarded as a significant-though secondary-figure in 19th-century American literature. In 1901, a monument with a bronze bust of Timrod was dedicated in Charleston.

Before Henry Timrod was ever poet laureate of the Confederacy, he was the grandson of Mr. Dimrud, Charleston's wealthiest planter, and a student of William James Rivers, whose manuscripts still form an important part of the manuscript collection of the University of South Carolina. Dimrud, Charleston's wealthiest planter, and a student of William James Rivers, whose manuscripts still form an important part of the manuscript collection of the University of South Carolina, which re-published as recently as 2006 Rivers's "Eunice: A Tale of Reconstruction Times in South. Carolina" and are also a rich source of original materiel pertaining to Henry Timrod. At the time of Timrod's death in poverty, who had been Charleston's wealthiest citizen, he was.

Henry Timrod (December 8, 1829 – October 7, 1867) was an American poet, often called the poet laureate of the . I love to see the lines of mirth Mantle thy cheeks and forehead fair, As if all the pleasures of the earth Had met to revel there.

Henry Timrod (December 8, 1829 – October 7, 1867) was an American poet, often called the poet laureate of the Confederacy. Early life 1. Career 2. Civil War period . I love to see the lines of mirth Mantle thy cheeks and forehead fair, As if all the pleasures of the earth Had met to revel there

Henry Timrod (December 8, 1828 - October 7, 1867) was an American poet who is often called "The Poet Laureate of the Confederacy". Timrod was born in Charleston, South Carolina to a family of German descent-the family's original surname was "Dimroth".

Henry Timrod (December 8, 1828 - October 7, 1867) was an American poet who is often called "The Poet Laureate of the Confederacy".