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427 words, approx. 2 pages
Edward Everett (1794-1865), American statesman and orator, was renowned for his elegant speeches, the most famous of which was his address at Gettysburg, overshadowed by President Lincoln's remarks fr... Read more
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Edward Everett (11 April 1794-15 January 1865) was a noted nineteenth-century educator and clergyman, and was one of the New England Brahmins whose credentials were not unlike those of George Bancroft... Read more
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Edward Everett was central to the development of American criticism at a critical turning point in its history. Judicial criticism was waning; rhetorical criticism was still strong in the universities... Read more
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Edward Everett was one of the most accomplished Americans of the nineteenth century. He was a preacher and orator, a classical scholar, an editor and critic, and a politician and diplomat. Oliver Wend... Read more