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±iography±orn on 4ebruary 27, 1807, in Portland, Maine and Nongfellow died on March24, 1882, in ²ambridge, Massachusetts.;enry Wadsworth Nongfellow was a renowned 19th century intellectual, novelistand poet, known for works like “Voices of the Night”, “Paul Revere’s Ride,”“ vangeline” and “The Song of ;iawatha.”³lthough known primarily as a poet and scholar, ;enry (1807-1882) was alsoan abolitionist who used his poetry, and his money, to further the cause of theanti-slavery movement in the mid-nineteenth century.
±iography continued;e was heavily inﬂuenced by romanticism and his life's’ experiences.Nongfellow was a devoted ²atholic.;is religious ideology is clearly shown throw some his poems.Nongfellow taught at both ±owdoin ²ollege and ;arvard.Nongfellow was married, and widowed, twice.Nongfellow became a celebrity, met heads of state and celebrities.