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1849 in poetry

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Events

  • November 14 - A public festival is held in Denmark to celebrate the 70th birthday of Adam Gottlob Oehlenschläger
  • La Tribune des Peuples, a pan-European romantic nationalist periodical, is published between March and November by Adam Mickiewicz.
  • United Kingdom

  • Cecil Frances Alexander, Moral Songs
  • Matthew Arnold, writing under the pen name "A", The Strayed Reveller, and Other Poems
  • William Edmondstoune Aytoun, Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers, and Other Poems
  • Robert Browning, Poems, his first collected edition
  • Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton, King Arthur, first published in three parts, 1848–1849
  • Edward Caswall, Lyra Catholica
  • A. H. Clough, Ambarvalia
  • Robert Southey, all posthumously published:
  • Southey's Common-place Book: First Series, and Second Series (each series in a separate volume), edited by John Wood Warter, poetry and prose
  • The Life and Correspondence of the Late Robert Southey, edited by Cuthbert Southey, biography
  • Isaac Williams, The Christian Scholar
  • United States

  • William Ellery Channing, The Woodman
  • James T. Fields, Poems, Boston: William D. Ticknor and Company
  • Caroline Howard Gilman, Verses of a Life-time
  • Henry Beck Hirst, The Penance of Roland
  • Oliver Wendell Holmes, Poems
  • Richard Henry Stoddard, Foot-Prints
  • Alfred Billings Street, Frontenac
  • Other

  • Carl Jonas Love Almqvist, Songes, Sweden
  • Petrus Augustus de Genestet, De Sint-Nicolaasavond ("Saint Nicholas's Eve"), Netherlands
  • Micah Joseph Lebensohn, Harisut Troya, translation of Virgil's Aeneid after Schiller, Lithuania, Hebrew language
  • Elias Lönnrot, comp., Kalevala, new version, Finland
  • Fazal Shah Sayyad, Sohni Mahiwal, India, Punjabi language
  • Christian Winther, Til Een ("To Someone"), Denmark
  • Births

    Death years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • July 22 - Emma Lazarus (died 1887), American
  • August 1 - William Larminie (died 1900), Irish poet and folklorist
  • August 23 - William Ernest Henley (died 1903), English poet, critic and editor
  • September 3 - Sarah Orne Jewett (died 1909), American regional fiction writer and poet
  • September 21 - Edmund Gosse (died 1928), English poet, critic and memoirist
  • October 7 - James Whitcomb Riley (died 1916), American dialect poet
  • December 23 - Stine Andresen (died 1927), German
  • Deaths

    Birth years link to the corresponding "[year] in poetry" article:

  • January 6 - Hartley Coleridge (born 1796), English poet and writer
  • January 26 - Thomas Lovell Beddoes (born 1803), English poet, dramatist and physician
  • February 8 - France Prešeren (born 1800), Slovenian Romantic poet
  • February 19 - Bernard Barton (born 1784), English Quaker poet
  • May 28 - Anne Brontë (born 1820), English novelist and poet (tuberculosis)
  • June 20 - James Clarence Mangan (born 1803), Irish poet (cholera)
  • July 7 - Goffredo Mameli (born 1827), Italian patriot and poet
  • October 7 - Edgar Allan Poe (born 1809), American short-story writer, poet and editor
  • December 1 - Ebenezer Elliott (born 1781), English "Corn Law rhymer"
  • References

    1849 in poetry Wikipedia


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