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    American Parnassus

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    October 11, 2010


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    American Parnassus

    From Longfellow to the Lowells, in the 19th century, to John Ciardi and David McCord in the 20th, "Sweet Auburn", as poet Caroline Frances Orne called it, has been the final resting place of choice for numerous poets. This Columbus Day sail the slopes of this American Parnassus with us as we celebrate the first Dead Poets Remembrance Day. Poets Rhina Espaillat and Majory Wentworth will lead readings at 20 poets' graves and...

    From Longfellow to the Lowells, in the 19th century, to John Ciardi and David McCord in the 20th, "Sweet Auburn", as poet Caroline Frances Orne called it, has been the final resting place of choice for numerous poets. This Columbus Day sail the slopes of this American Parnassus with us as we celebrate the first Dead Poets Remembrance Day. Poets Rhina Espaillat and Majory Wentworth will lead readings at 20 poets' graves and fascinating historical details will be shared by Rob Velella.


    Mount Auburn Cemetery

    580 Mount Auburn Street
    Cambridge, MA 02138

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    General Day and Time Info:

    2 p.m.


    Phone: (617) 607-1982


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