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Analysis and comments on Introduction To The Song Of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Comment 6 of 6, added on March 19th, 2013 at 12:31 PM.
Introduction to the Song of Hiawatha

This poem has a lot of meaning and tone. When you first start
reading it it flows very nicely and when you start getting to the middle of
the poem the poem becomes harder to read. I think that it was better that
he made it harder to read because then you understand the meaning of the
poem even more than you did before. This poems tone is very mellow and it
has a lot of meaning to it.
This poems meaning is that everything will be ok in the end
hopefully. This poem says that all through the poem and it stays that way
through the whole poem. The author does not skip back and forth from
different meanings he stays with the same thing the whole time.
The tone of the poem is very clear. After reading the poem to me
the tone is that this author is gonna do something that he has never done
before. He wants to take a risk. But he does not want to get caught.




Isabella from United States
Comment 5 of 6, added on July 7th, 2011 at 2:15 AM.
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to appreciate this poem you have to love nature. The animals, plants, and
man living with them like the indians did. If you do, you will want to
read it a second time. Guaranteed!

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Comment 3 of 6, added on May 21st, 2009 at 8:27 AM.

very moving poem by a very enlightened man, who I have only just discovered
through the resitings of snatched remembered pose of my 91 year old father
who learned them at school in the uk

chris turvey from United Kingdom
Comment 2 of 6, added on April 20th, 2006 at 7:36 PM.

I read this poem because I had to but really I did not find it all that
interesting. In fact I thought it was really boring. Though it was boring
it reminded me of the song this land is your land.

Delaney McCune
Comment 1 of 6, added on April 18th, 2006 at 10:26 PM.

Thank you for the poem
I am leaving this poem because it's a homwork, but it actually made me buy
"To The Song Of Hiawatha". Thank you for posting up a poem for us so that
everyone can learn. I am learning about poems right now.
-Thank You, Jack Yoon

Jack Yoon from United States

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Information about Introduction To The Song Of Hiawatha

Poet: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Poem: Introduction To The Song Of Hiawatha
Volume: The Song of Hiawatha
Added: Jun 9 2005
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