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Bayard Taylor (1825–1878)

Taylor, Bayard. An American poet, novelist, and traveler; born at Kennett Square, PA, Jan. 11, 1825; died at Berlin, Germany, Dec. 19, 1878. His works include: ‘Ximena, and Other Poems’ (1844); ‘Views Afoot’ (1846); ‘Rhymes of Travel and Other Poems’ (1849); ‘El Dorado; or, Adventures in the Path of Empire’ (1850); ‘The American Legend,’ poem (1850); ‘Handbook of Literature’ (edited with George Ripley: 1851); ‘Book of Romances, Lyrics, and Songs’ (1852); ‘Poems and Ballads’ (1854); ‘A Journey to Central Africa’ (1854); ‘A Visit to India, China, and Japan’ (1855); ‘The Lands of the Saracen’ (1855); ‘Poems of the Orient’ (1855); ‘Poems of Home and Travel’ (1855); ‘Northern Travel: Sweden, Norway, and Lapland’ (1858); ‘Travels in Greece and Russia’ (1859); ‘At Home and Abroad’ (1859); ‘At Home and Abroad’ (2d series: 1862); ‘The Poet’s Journal’ (1863); ‘Hannah Thurston,’ novel (1863); ‘John Godfrey’s Fortunes,’ novel (1864); ‘Poems’ (1865); ‘The Story of Kennett,’ novel (1866); ‘The Picture of St. John’ (1866); ‘Colorado’ (1867); ‘Frithiof’s Saga’ (edited: 1867); ‘By-Ways of Europe’ (1869); ‘Joseph and his Friend,’ novel (1870); ‘Ballad of Abraham Lincoln’ (1870); translation of Goethe’s ‘Faust’ (1870–71); ‘The Masque of the Gods’ (1872); ‘Beauty and the Beast’ (1872); ‘Illustrated Library of Travel,’ etc. (edited: 1872–74); ‘Lars,’ poem (1873); ‘School History of Germany’ (1874); ‘Egypt and Iceland’ (1874); ‘The Prophet: A Tragedy’ (1874); ‘Home Pastorals, Ballads, and Lyrics’ (1875); ‘The Echo Club, and Other Literary Diversions’ (1876); ‘Boys of Other Countries’ (1876); ‘National Ode’ (July 4, 1876); Fitz-Greene Halleck Memorial Address (1877); ‘Prince Deukalion’ (1878). Posthumously: ‘Picturesque Europe’ (edited: 1878–80); ‘Studies in German Literature’ (1879); ‘Critical Essays and Literary Notes’ (1880); ‘Dramatic Works’ (1880). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).