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1864 in poetry

Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France).

Contents

Events

  • April – Charles Baudelaire leaves Paris for Belgium in the hope of resolving his financial difficulties.
  • Canada

  • Charles Heavysege:
  • The Owl (Montreal)
  • The Dark Huntsman (a dream) (Montreal)
  • United Kingdom

  • William Allingham:
  • Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland
  • Editor, The Ballad Book, anthology
  • Robert Browning, Dramatis Personae, including "Rabbi Ben Ezra" and "Caliban upon Setebos"
  • Edward Hartley Dewart, Selections from Canadian Poets, the first anthology of Canadian poetry in English
  • Robert Lowry, "Beautiful River"
  • George MacDonald, Adela Cathcart, fairy tales, parables and poems
  • Winthrop Mackworth Praed, Poems, including a memoir by Derwent Coleridge, posthumously published
  • William Brighty Rands, anonymously published, Lilliput Levee, for children
  • Joseph Skipsey, The Collier Lad and other Lyrics
  • Alfred Lord Tennyson, Enoch Arden
  • United States

  • George Henry Baker, Poems of the War
  • William Cullen Bryant:
  • Thirty Poems
  • Hymns
  • Edmund Clarence Stedman, Alice of Monmouth: An Idyll of the Great War and Other Poems
  • John Greenleaf Whittier, In War Time, United States
  • Other

  • Aleardo Aleardi, I fuochi sull'Appennibo, Italy
  • Alfred de Vigny, Les Destinées, philosophical poems on discipline and social order; posthumously published (died 1863), France
  • Births

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

  • May 4 – Richard Hovey (died 1900), American
  • February 17 – Andrew "Banjo" Paterson (died 1941), Australian writer and poet
  • April 30 (April 18 O.S.) – Juhan Liiv (died 1913), Estonian
  • August 16 – Mary Gilmore (died 1962), Australian poet and journalist
  • September 18 – Itō Sachio 伊藤佐千夫, pen name of Itō Kojirō (died 1913), Japanese, Meiji period tanka poet and novelist (surname: Itō)
  • September 29 – Miguel de Unamuno (died 1936), Spanish essayist, novelist, poet, playwright and philosopher
  • November 30 – Sydney Jephcott (died 1951), Australian
  • Deaths

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

  • January 13 – Stephen Foster (born 1826), American songwriter
  • January 29 – Lucy Aikin (born 1781), English writer
  • February 2 – Adelaide Anne Procter (born 1825), English poet, a daughter of poet Bryan Procter
  • April 18 – Juris Alunāns (born 1832), Latvian philologist and poet
  • May 20 – John Clare (born 1793), English "peasant poet"
  • July 4 – Nathaniel Hawthorne (born 1804), American writer
  • July 6 – George Pope Morris (born 1802), American editor, poet and songwriter
  • September 17 – Walter Savage Landor (born 1775), English writer and poet
  • November 3 – Gonçalves Dias (born 1823), Brazilian (shipwreck)
  • References

    1864 in poetry Wikipedia


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