"Although usually envisioned as sitting quietly—and comfortably—in his study, Longfellow spent a good deal of his life within sight of the sea. Biographer Charles Calhoun draws parallels between some of his lesser known poems and the paintings of Fitzhugh Lane and other 19th-century American Luminists." (timspalding)
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