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James Russell Lowell (* Februar in Cambridge, Massachusetts; † August ebenda) war ein amerikanischer Lyriker, Essayist, Herausgeber. James T. Russell. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. James Torrance Russell (* Russell James, einer der Top-Fotografen der Welt, stammt aus Westaustralien. Die offene Landschaft und die außergewöhnlichen Lichtverhältnisse seiner. Russell James weilte mit einigen Models und seinem Team auf den Privatinseln des britischen Milliardärs Branson und sollte die Damen in den neusten. James Russell, 32, aus England ➤ St. Albans City, seit ➤ Torwart ➤ Marktwert: ➤ * in Welwyn Garden City, England.
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Maria died in , and Lowell accepted a professorship of languages at Harvard in He traveled to Europe before officially assuming his teaching duties in , and married Frances Dunlap shortly thereafter in That year, Lowell also became editor of The Atlantic Monthly.
He continued to teach at Harvard for twenty years. He received his first political appointment, the ambassadorship to the Kingdom of Spain 20 years later.
He was later appointed ambassador to the Court of St. He spent his last years in Cambridge in the same estate where he was born, and died there in Lowell believed that the poet played an important role as a prophet and critic of society.
He used poetry for reform, particularly in abolitionism. However, his commitment to the anti-slavery cause wavered over the years, as did his opinion on African-Americans.
He attempted to emulate the true Yankee accent in the dialogue of his characters, particularly in The Biglow Papers. This depiction of the dialect, as well as his many satires, was an inspiration to writers such as Mark Twain and H.
James Russell Lowell was born February 22, Lowell attended Harvard College beginning at age 15 in , though he was not a good student and often got into trouble.
Lowell was elected the poet of the class of  and, as was tradition, was asked to recite an original poem on Class Day, the day before Commencement on July 17, Instead, his poem was printed and made available thanks to subscriptions paid by his classmates.
Barzallai Frost because of his neglect of his studies. His Class Day poem satirized the social movements of the day; abolitionists, Thomas Carlyle , Emerson, and the Transcendentalists were treated.
Lowell did not know what vocation to choose after graduating, and he vacillated among business , the ministry , medicine, and law.
He ultimately enrolled at Harvard Law School in and was admitted to the bar two years later.
During this time, he was admittedly depressed and often had suicidal thoughts. He once confided to a friend that he held a cocked pistol to his forehead and considered killing himself at the age of In late , Lowell met Maria White through her brother William, a classmate at Harvard,  and the two became engaged in the autumn of Maria's father Abijah White, a wealthy merchant from Watertown , insisted that their wedding be postponed until Lowell had gainful employment.
He said that his first book of poetry A Year's Life "owes all its beauty to her", though it only sold copies. Maria's character and beliefs led her to become involved in the movements directed against intemperance and slavery.
She was a member of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society and persuaded her husband to become an abolitionist.
Maria was in poor health, and the couple moved to Philadelphia shortly after their marriage, thinking that her lungs could heal there.
They had four children, though only one Mabel, born survived past infancy. Blanche was born December 31, , but lived only fifteen months; Rose, born in , survived only a few months as well; their only son Walter was born in but died in His grief over the death of his first daughter in particular was expressed in his poem " The First Snowfall " Lowell's earliest poems were published without remuneration in the Southern Literary Messenger in Despite the failure of The Pioneer , Lowell continued his interest in the literary world.
He wrote a series on "Anti-Slavery in the United States" for the Daily News , though his series was discontinued by the editors after four articles in May After only one year, he was asked to contribute half as often to the Standard to make room for contributions from Edmund Quincy , another writer and reformer.
A Fable for Critics was one of Lowell's most popular works, published anonymously in It proved a popular satire , and the first 3, copies sold out quickly.
Edgar Allan Poe was referred to as part genius and "two-fifths sheer fudge"; he reviewed the work in the Southern Literary Messenger and called it "'loose'—ill-conceived and feebly executed, as well in detail as in general In , Lowell also published The Biglow Papers , later named by the Grolier Club as the most influential book of In , Lowell's mother died unexpectedly, as did his third daughter, Rose.
Her death left Lowell depressed and reclusive for six months, despite the birth of his son Walter by the end of the year. He wrote to a friend that death "is a private tutor.
We have no fellow-scholars, and must lay our lessons to heart alone. He also edited volumes with biographical sketches for a series on British Poets.
His wife Maria, who had been suffering from poor health for many years, became very ill in the spring of and died on October 27  of tuberculosis.
Francis James Child said that Lowell, whom he deemed was typically "perverse", was able to "persist in being serious contrary to his impulses and his talents".
He set sail on June 4 of that year,  leaving his daughter Mabel in the care of a governess named Frances Dunlap. Primarily, however, Lowell spent his time abroad studying languages, particularly German, which he found difficult.
He complained: "The confounding genders! If I die I shall have engraved on my tombstone that I died of der, die, das , not because I caught them but because I couldn't.
He returned to the United States in the summer of and began his college duties. He stayed there, along with his daughter Mabel and her governess Frances Dunlap, until January Lowell had intended never to remarry after the death of his wife Maria White.
However, in , surprising his friends, he became engaged to Frances Dunlap, whom many described as simple and unattractive.
Dunlap ,  was a friend of Lowell's first wife and formerly wealthy, though she and her family had fallen into reduced circumstances.
In the autumn of , The Atlantic Monthly was established, and Lowell was its first editor. With its first issue in November of that year, he at once gave the magazine the stamp of high literature and of bold speech on public affairs.
As he wrote to his friend Briggs, "I am back again to the place I love best. I am sitting in my old garret, at my old desk, smoking my old pipe I begin to feel more like my old self than I have these ten years.
Representative Matters. Appeared as the lead advocate in successful LCIA proceedings relating to the sale of a Russian business.
Acted for the claimant in Commercial Court proceedings against a well known plc in the corporate aviation sector.
Conducted parallel proceedings in the Commercial Court in which he also appeared as advocate and the Tax Tribunal in relation to the unauthorised release of millions of pounds worth of bonded tobacco into the UK.
Acted for the former directors and shareholders of an international nano-technology business in defence of claims for breach of fiduciary duty.
Acted for the selling shareholder of a technology business in claims for misrepresentation and breach of contract against the purchaser of the business in the Commercial Court in which he also appeared as advocate.
Acted for a team of taxation and accountancy professionals in a restrictive covenant dispute with their former employers.
Bram Lindentree Exhibition. Fleece to Fashion Awards. Billingsley Family. Shearing in the New England High Country.