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In the annals of Hoosier and American journalism, one persistent, tantalizing tale continues to baffle the sleuths at the Oxford Dictionary of Quotations. A New Englander, Greeley was one of the most vocal opponents of slavery. Inthe famously eccentric New York editor ran for President against U.
Grant, lost, and died before the electoral vote officially came in. Greeley won just three electoral votes but was a widely admired man. Daguerreotype by Matthew Brady. Originally a utopian experimental community, Greeley, Colorado, fifty miles north of Denver, was named after him in Yet his own trip through Kansas and over the Rockies to California showed him not just the glories of the West like Yosemite but some of the dark side of settlement.
Years later, inhe was still editorializing: Soule, courtesy Blackburn College Archives. Born in in Freeport, Maine — best known today as the home of L. Bean — Soule came from a prominent local family.
Though the Soules were Congregationalists, a likely relative of theirs, Gertrude M. She died in Soule became an accomplished master of Latin and Greek and for decades after his move west published poems in New England literary magazines like The Bowdoin Poets and Northern Monthly.
Soule taught at the Terre Haute Female College, a boarding school for girls. He died in Danaldson, who had acquired it in Danaldson tried to make the paper a daily inbut failed in less than a year.
John Soule and Isaac M. By the time J. Soule, who also edited the Courier in nearby Charleston, Illinois, served as editor of The Wabash Express for less than a year. Hayes from to He died in Terre Haute in Courtesy Library of Congress. It all came about this way: Thompson had just finished advising Soule to go west and grow up with the country and was praising his talents as a writer.
But in a few weeks the exchanges began coming into the Express office with the epigram reprinted and accredited to Greeley almost universally. So wide a circulation did it obtain that at last the New York Tribune came out editorially, reprinted the Express article, and said in a foot note: Why would Dick Thompson — no literary man — have to get J.
Soule a graduate of Phillips Exeter and Bowdoin College and one of the best writers in Terre Haute to get over his modesty? The story also makes Thompson out to be a patriarch giving advice to the young.
In fact, he was only six years older than Soule. Soule, from Maine, had already come farther than Thompson, from Virginia. And he kept on going. Thompson got the date wrong after forty years. Editor Soule got mentioned in East Coast papers at least once: Iowa Congressman Josiah B.A summary of Sections 1–4 in Sandra Cisneros's The House on Mango Street.
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The two men are first-generation immigrants and the work depict their (dis)position in the decade that witnessed the founding of the first large immigrant communities in . A short sequence of colorful vignettes, full of vivid dialogue and striking images, The House on Mango Street tells the coming-of-age tale of its protagonist Esperanza.
Written in simple prose that often borders on poetry, the novel takes on difficult subjects such as grief, oppression, poverty, and shame, as well as themes of friendship, family, hope, /5.
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