James Russell Lowell

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Lowell, James Russell


Born Feb. 22, 1819, in Cambridge, Mass.; died there, Aug. 12, 1891. American poet, critic, and journalist.

From 1857 to 1866, Lowell edited a number of journals that supported abolitionism. Lowell’s two-volume collection of verse pamphlets and feuilletons, The Biglow Papers (1848-67), became widely known. The first series of pamphlets was directed against the aggressive war carried on by the USA against Mexico (1846-48); the second, concerned with the Civil War between North and South, expressed the patriotic feelings of democratic Northerners.

Lowell became a professor at Harvard University in 1855. Between 1864 and 1872 he published a series of critical essays on writers of the past, including Dante, Chaucer, and Shakespeare. Toward the end of his life, conservative elements in Lowell’s social and political views became stronger.


Complete Writings, vols. 1-16. Cambridge, 1904.
In Russian translation:
“Stansy o svobode.” In the anthology Sever. Arkhangelsk, 1957. No. 18. Translated by V. Fedotov.
“Svatovstvo.” In Amerikanskie poety. Moscow, 1969. Translated by M. Zenkevich.


Istoriia amerikanskoi literatury, vol. 1. Moscow, 1947.
Brooks, V. W. Pisatel’ i amerikanskaia zhizn’. vol. 1. Moscow, 1967. (Translated from English.)
McGlinchee, C. J. R. Lowell. New York [1967].
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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The "Commemoration Ode" of Lowell has also been a source from which I drank something of the divine ecstasy of the poet's own exalted mood, and I would set this level with the 'Biglow Papers,' high above all his other work, and chief of the things this age of our country shall be remembered by.
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Survivors include his wife; eight daughters, Sue Johnson of Bountiful, Utah, Michelle Johnson of Clearfield, Utah, Shannon Shuman of Preston, Idaho, Carrie Hathaway of Logan, Utah, Laura James of Venus, Texas, and Melissa Upshaw, Sharon Morrell and Anna Johnson, all of Harrisburg; three sons, Shaun of Spanish Fork, Utah, and Sean and Matthew, both of Harrisburg; six sisters, Noreen Jessop of Fredonia, Ariz., and Peggy Jessop, Sally Steel, Sylvia Dutson, Ruthie Biglow and Rose Mary Jessop, all of Colorado City, Ariz.; and four brothers, Mark of Baker City, Eugene of Colorado City, Melvin of Fredonia and Ivan of Las Vegas; and 26 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
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