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by John G. Neihardt

eBook A Cycle of the West: The Song of Three Friends, The Song of Hugh Glass, The Song of Jed Smith, The Song of the Indian Wars, The Song of the Messiah ePub
Author: John G. Neihardt
Language: English
ISBN: 0803283784
ISBN13: 978-0803283787
Publisher: Bison Books; Anniversary edition (October 1, 2002)
Pages: 524
Category: Poetry
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 403
Formats: mbr txt lrf lrf
ePub file: 1218 kb
Fb2 file: 1517 kb

Neihardt, John . 1881-1973.

Neihardt, John .

A Cycle of the West book. It is infused with wonder, nostalgia, and a keen appreciation of epic history.

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It is infused with wonder, nostalgia, and a keen appreciation of epic history. Unquestionably the masterpiece of the poet who has been called the "American Homer," A Cycle of the West celebrates the land and legends of the Old West in five narrative poems: The Song of Three Friends (1919), The Song of Hugh Glass (1915), The Song of Jed Smith (1941), The Song of the Indian Wars (1925). and The Song of the Messiah (1935).

The Mountain Men: The Song of Three Friends; The Song of Hugh Glass; The Song of Jed Smith (A Cycle of the West 1). John G. Neihardt.

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The Song of the Messiah (1935). The Song of Three Friends. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1919. 1 The Song of Three Friends. 2 The Song of Hugh Glass. The Song of Hugh Glass. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1915. The Song of Three Friends at the Internet Archive. The Song of Hugh Glass at the Internet Archive. The Song of Hugh Glass public domain audiobook at LibriVox.

A Cycle of the West is a collection of five epic poems (called "Songs") written and published over a nearly thirty-year span by John G. As one extended work of literature, the Cycle treats historical topics from the American settlement of the Great Plains and the displacement of the Native American cultures there. Each poem is written as enjambed heroic couplets in several chapters

Wrote of Westward Advance

Wrote of Westward Advance. Dr. Neihardt was particularly noted for his epic poem, A Cycle of the West, which describes the march of the white man to the West during the 19th century. He was appointed poet laureate of Nebraska by an act of the Nebraska Legislature in 1921, end two years later he was named professor of poetry, at the University of Nebraska. His epic work was published in five sections, The Song of Three Friends, The Song of Hugh Glass, The Song of Judge Smith, The Song of the Indian Wars and The Song of the Messiah. The entire work, which took 28 years to its completion in 1941, was called A Cycle of the West.

A Cycle of the West rewards its readers with a sweeping saga of the American West and John G. Neihardt's exhilarating vision of frontier history. It is infused with wonder, nostalgia, and a keen appreciation of epic history.

Unquestionably the masterpiece of the poet who has been called the "American Homer," A Cycle of the West celebrates the land and legends of the Old West in five narrative poems: The Song of Three Friends (1919), The Song of Hugh Glass (1915), The Song of Jed Smith (1941), The Song of the Indian Wars (1925), and The Song of the Messiah (1935). This unforgettable epic of discovery, conquest, courage, and tragedy speaks movingly and resoundingly of a unique American experience.

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