The poems of Philip Freneau, Poet of the American Revolution (3 Volumes)

New York: Russel & Russell, 1963`. Hardcover. 3 Volumes. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. VG ex-lib copy. Associated library stickers and markings on all volumes. All covers have general wear, edge damage. Bookblocks have age toning and some corner darkening. Item #187344

Contents: V.1. Preface ; Life of Philip Freneau ; Part I: Early poems, 1768-1775 ; Part II: The first poetic period, 1775-1781 V.2. Part II: The first poetic period, 1775-1781 (continued) ; Part III: Era of the Freeman's Journal, 1781-1790 V.3. Part IV: The period of editorship, 1790-1797 ; Part V: the final period of wandering, 1798-1809 -- Part VI: The War of 1812, 1809-1815 -- Appendix A: The American village &c [i.e., etc.] ; The American village ; The farmer's winter evening ; The miserable life of a pedagogue ; Upon a very ancient Dutch house on Long Island -- Appendix B: List of omitted poems -- Appendix C: Bibliography of the poetry of Philip Freneau -- Index.

OCLC: 2667037

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