Definition of Robert Lowell
1. Noun. United States poet (1917-1977).
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Literary usage of Robert Lowell
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1. The Christian Examiner edited by Edward Everett Hale (1864)
"The Poems of Robert Lowell. A New Edition (with many New Poems). ... Robert Lowell is known in his religious communion as a singularly devoted and faithful ..."
2. Lincoln Literary Collection, Designed for School-room and Family Circle by John Piersol McCaskey, A. Lincoln (1897)
"Robert Lowell. Oh, that last day in Lucknow fort! We knew that it was the last, That the enemy's lines crept surely on, And the end was coming fast. ..."
3. Poetry, Lyrical, Narrative and Satirical, of the Civil War by Richard Grant White (1866)
"4i BY Robert Lowell. [The opening words of the burden are a scrap of an old song caught up.] CATCH — Oh ! up in the morning, up in the morning, ..."
4. Poetry, Lyrical, Narrative and Satirical, of the Civil War by Richard Grant White (1866)
"BY Robert Lowell. AIR: — " Yankee Doodle." I. STILL first, as long and long ago, Let Massachusetts muster; Give her the post right next the foe ..."
5. Lyrics of Loyalty by Frank Moore (1864)
"BY Robert Lowell. /COWARDS, slink away ! ^^^ But who scorns.to see the foe Deal our land all shame and woe, Must go forth, to-day ! ..."