The Song of Hiawatha
The infectious rhythm of "The Song of Hiawatha" has drawn millions to the shores of Gitchee Gumee. Once there, they've stayed to hear about the young brave with the magic moccasins, who talks with animals and uses his supernatural gifts to bring peace and enlightenment to his people. This 1855 masterpiece combines romance and idealism in an idyllic natural setting.
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Review: The Song of HiawathaUser Review - Charmaine S - Goodreads
I'd wanted to read a book by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and decided to read The Song of Hiawatha. Wow. This story is brill! This story is written like The Odyssey and The Iliad, and I truly am ... Read full review
Review: The Song of HiawathaUser Review - Masterrabbi - Goodreads
Listened to a reading by William Hootkins. Longfellow not only translates into English and records the tales of Manabozho of the Ojibwe, but brings them into verse in a melded American story. The ... Read full review