William Cullen Bryant

The Death of Slavery

‘The Death of Slavery,’ a poem by William Cullen Bryant is written just after the American Civil War ended. It talks about the personified slavery, whose reign has ended and the slaves are freed from shackles of bondage.

To a Waterfowl

In this poem about perseverance and God’s guiding hand, William Cullen Bryant depicts what it means to walk with strength and determination through life.

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