Explore the captivating verses of John Greenleaf Whittier, a renowned American poet and fervent advocate for the abolition of slavery, with this vintage edition from Hurst & Co. Publishers. Though the exact publishing date is unknown, the book has been inscribed by a previous owner with the date 1987, adding an element of personal history.
John Greenleaf Whittier was a leading figure in both American poetry and the abolitionist movement. Born in 1807, Whittier used his work to tackle important social issues of his day, particularly the fight against slavery.
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