The Sceptic, and Wallace's Invocation to Bruce
Felicia Hemans (1793-1835) was an English poet. Her first poems, dedicated to the Prince of Wales, were published in Liverpool in 1808, when she was only fifteen. Her major collections, including The Forest Sanctuary and Other Poems (1825), Records of Woman With Other Poems (1828) and Songs of the Affections (1830) were immensely popular, especially with female readers. Her other works include: Poems (1808), The Domestic Affections and Other Poems (1812), On the Restoration of the Works of Art to Italy (1816), Wallaceas Invocation to Bruce (1819), The Sceptic (1820), Hymns on the Works of Nature: For the Use of Children (1827) and Early Blossoms (1836).
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