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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Evangeline, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Title: Evangeline
with Notes and Plan of Study

Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Annotator: W. F. Conover

Editor: W. F. Conover


Release Date: March 16, 2005 [EBook #15390]

Language: English

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[Illustration: EVANGELINE.]



EVANGELINE

A TALE OF ACADIE


BY

HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW



Edited with Introduction, Notes and a Plan of Study

BY

W.F. CONOVER.


A. FLANAGAN CO., PUBLISHERS,
CHICAGO


Copyright 1899 by W.F. CONOVER




NOTE.


The distinctive feature of this edition of Evangeline is the PLAN OF STUDY
which forms the latter part of the volume.

This Plan for the study of "Evangeline" is the outgrowth of several years'
teaching of this delightful poem. It has proved successful in securing very
satisfactory work from classes varying greatly in ability. It has resulted,
in a considerable majority of cases, in (1) in awakening an interest in and
a love for good literature; (2) opening up the field of literature in a
new way, and showing that much wealth may be gotten by digging below
the surface; (3) developing a considerable power of discrimination; (4)
enlarging the pupil's working vocabulary. See "Argument" on page 113.

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