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Sidney Lanier at Oglethorpe university

by Beeson, Leola (Selman) Mrs

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Published by The J. W. Burke company in Macon, Ga .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oglethorpe University (Atlanta, Ga.),
  • Oglethorpe University (Atlanta, Ga.). Thalian Society,
  • Oglethorpe University (Atlanta, Ga.).

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS2213 .B4 (Office)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p.l., 61 p.
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27301905M
    LC Control Number36007691

      Sidney Clopton Lanier was born on February 3, , in Macon, Georgia and developed an early love of music and the on, he attended Oglethorpe University, which was then in nearby Milledgeville.. It was here that he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, which was founded at the University of Alabama, and graduated first in his class. Selections from Sidney Lanier, Prose and Verse. New York, Scribner, Poems of Sidney Lanier. Edited by His Wife. New York: Scribners, Letters to Col. John G. James. Austin, The Miriam Lutcher Stark Library, University of Texas, Centennial Edition of the Works of Sidney Lanier. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, Poems of.

    Template:Infobox Writer Sidney Lanier (February 3, – September 7, ) was an American musician and poet. Contents[show] Early life and war Sydney Lanier was born February 3, , in Macon, Georgia, to parents Robert Sampson Lanier and Mary Jane Anderson; he was mostly of English ancestry, with his distant French ancestors having immigrated to England in the . Candace Keach, flautist and Marty Willet, actor, presented a recital of the music and poetry of Sidney Lanier preceded by the commentary of Pau. l Hudson, historian and Oglethorpe alum and professor. The recital took place at Oglethorpe University’s Lupton Hall on February 3,

    Considered the leading artistic talent of the South after the Civil War, Sidney Lanier published only one novel: Tiger-Lilies. Born and bred in Macon, Georgia, Lanier graduated from Oglethorpe University in , shortly before the outbreak of the Civil War. Sidney Lanier (–) was the first native Georgian poet to achieve national prominence. A Maconite like John Oliver Killens, Lanier graduated from Oglethorpe University, which was then located near Milledgeville, in He volunteered for service at the onset of the Civil War, serving in the Confederate signal corps and as a pilot.


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Sidney Lanier was born in Macon on February 3, He graduated from Oglethorpe University, when it was located near Milledgeville, in with high honors. When the Civil War () began. Sidney Lanier, (born Feb. 3,Macon, Ga., U.S.—died Sept. 7,Lynn, N.C.), American musician and poet whose verse often suggests the rhythms and thematic development of music.

Lanier was reared by devoutly religious parents in the traditions of the Old South. As a child he wrote verses and was especially fond of music. The student runners attempt to circumnavigate the rectangular walkway in the time it takes the bell in Lupton tower to toll twelve times – Oglethorpe Day, held February 13th, was used to celebrate the th birthday of noted alum Sidney Lanier – After an absence of 20 years, radio station WJTL returned to the airways Sidney Clopton Lanier [1] (February 3, – September 7, ) was an American musician, poet and author.

He served in the dialects. He became a flautist and sold poems to publications. He eventually became a university professor and is known for his adaptation of. Born and reared in a middle-class Macon home, where he was exposed to and encouraged in the studies of literature and music, Lanier graduated from Oglethorpe University near Milledgeville.

A precocious musical talent, Lanier was drawn to philosophy and Romantic poetry, but he postponed his intentions for further study to volunteer for. Sidney Lanier's immoral bird, John S. Mayfield May-June - reprint from The American Book Collector (3 copies) Box 1 Sidney Lanier at Oglethorpe University, Leola Selman Beeson - signed and inscribed to John S.

Mayfield. On February 3,Sidney Lanier was born in Macon, Georgia. His father, Robert Lanier, was a lawyer, and his mother, Mary Anderson, was linked through her Virginian ancestry to members of Virginia’s original House of Burgesses.

In the poet’s youth in. Oglethorpe University was chartered in in Midway, just south of Milledgeville, then the state school was built and, at that time, governed by the Presbyterian Church, making it one of the South's earliest denominational institutions.

The American Civil War led to the school's closing in The college followed the relocation of the capital to : Stormy Petrel. Early life and war. Sidney Clopton Lanier was born February 3,in Macon, Georgia to parents Robert Sampson Lanier and Mary Jane Anderson; he was mostly of English and American ancestry, with his distant French ancestors having immigrated to England in the 16th century.[1] He began playing the flute at an early age, and his love of that musical instrument.

In the President's office today may be seen a crayon drawing of Sidney Lanier, an Oglethorpe alumnus of world-wide fame, showing him when he was fifteen years old, his age when he entered college. Hanging beside this picture is his diploma, bearing the name of the then president of Ogle thorpe, Dr.

Samuel K. : Oglethorpe University. "Sydney Lanier,"was born February 3,in Macon, Georgia, to parents Robert Sampson Lanier and Mary Jane Anderson; he was mostly of English ancestry, with his distant French ancestors having immigrated to England in the 16th century.

He began playing the flute at an early age, and his love of that musical instrument continued throughout his life. The work of Sidney Lanier (), American poet, critic, and musician, bridged southern romantic literature and 20th-century realism.

He spent his life trying to convince America that poetry and music are governed by similar artistic laws. Sidney Lanier was born in Macon, Ga., on Feb.

3,of Huguenot and Scottish parentage. As a child, he was. Sidney Clopton Lanier (February 3, – September 7, ) was an American musician and poet. Sidney Clopton Lanier was born February 3,in Macon, Georgia, to parents Robert Sampson Lanier and Mary Jane Anderson; he was mostly of English ancestry.

His distant French Huguenot ancestors immigrated to England in the 16th century fleeing religious persecution.

Born: ()February 3, Macon, Georgia. Sidney Lanier poems, quotations and biography on Sidney Lanier poet page.

Read all poems of Sidney Lanier and infos about Sidney Lanier. "Sydney Lanier,"was born February 3,in Macon, Georgia, to parents Robert Sampson Lanier and Mary Jane Anderson; he was mostly of English ancestry, with his distant French ancestors having immigrated to.

Sidney Lanier was born in Macon, Ga., on Feb. 3,of Huguenot and Scottish parentage. As a child, he was devoted to music, concentrating on study of the flute. After graduating from Oglethorpe University, he tutored for a year, then joined the Macon Volunteers in the Civil War.

Sidney Lanier was born in Macon, Georgia. The son of a lawyer, Lanier was raised in the traditions of the Old South. He read widely in his father’s library before entering Oglethorpe College, where he began to seriously study both music (he was an amateur flautist) and poetry.

InLanier joined the Confederate Army. He served with the Macon Volunteers until he was. Sidney Lanier's immoral bird, John S. Mayfield May-June - reprint from The American Book Collector (3 copies) Box 1: Sidney Lanier at Oglethorpe University, Leola Selman Beeson - signed and inscribed to John S.

Mayfield Box 1. January 6,Lanier entered the sophomore class in Oglethorpe University, situated at Midway, Ga. -- two miles from Milledgeville, which was then the capital of the State. It would be difficult to imagine a greater contrast than that between the sleepy town of Milledgeville and progressive Macon, or between Oglethorpe and the better.

Sidney Clopton Lanier (February 3, - September 7, ) was an American poet, musician, and academic. Lanier, son of a lawyer of Huguenot descent, was born at Macon, Georgia. He had a varied career, having been successively soldier, shopman, teacher, lawyer, musician, and profesor.

His 1st literary venture was a novel, Tiger Lilies (). Thereafter he wrote mainly Occupation: Poet, musician, academic.Sidney Clopton Lanier was born on February 3,in Macon, Georgia, a small city that was at the time the thriving center of the cotton industry. Oglethorpe University.

Lanier matriculated. Poems of Sidney Lanier. Edited by his wife Mary D. Lanier. Sidney Clopton Lanier (February 3, - September 7, ) was an American musician, poet and author. He served in the Confederate army, worked on a blockade running ship for which he was imprisoned (resulting in him Brand: