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the French-speaking part of the Canadian Maritime Provinces

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Haralson "Mars in Petticoats: Longfellow and Sentimental Masculinity," 19th-Century Literature 51, 3 (1996): 343, 344; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie (1847; Boston: Leach, Shewell, & Sanborn, 1896), 15-16; Watts, In this Remote Country, 88.
Heard from a French-Canadian a story of a young couple in Acadie.
Ezol learns to read English in the Good Land Indian Orphanage, and one of the works which is of particular meaning to her is Longfellow's Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie.
J'ai toujours aime cet extrait du livre Une etoile s'est levee en Acadie, que j'ai retrouve il y a quelques annees et qui fait mention de Rogersville : << [g]race a sa proximite de la voie ferree, qui relie Montreal et Halifax, cette nouvelle paroisse, sortie de la foret immense et vierge serait pendant longtemps plus importante que celle de Saint-Louis >> (1).
LeBlanc elargit le questionnement du role de cette instance a partir cl'une analyse des interventions commemoratives qu'elle a conduites en Acadie.
Helen Gardner observa que la metrica de este poema es la misma de Evangeline, a tale of Acadie, de Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (10807-1882), el mas popular de los poetas norteamericanos en su tiempo, un tio abuelo de Ezra Pound y lectura infantil de Eliot:
His second residency began in 1991 at the Acadie club in south Italy where he was exposed to prominent Italian DJs who helped him expand his scope and talents.
In a five-part miniseries starting Sunday on Channel 28, Bruce Andrews will host his own production of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's epic poem, "Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie.
ONCE, THE FRENCH COLONY of Acadie ranged across what are now the Maritime provinces and present-day Maine; its first settlements are the earliest instances of a permanent French presence in North America.
20) The friendship between Oakley and Smith grew stronger after Pyle recommended that together they illustrate a new edition of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie (1847).
from the library of William Inglis Morse," including Patrick Campbell's Travels in the Interior Inhabited Parts of North America (Edinburgh, 1793), Haliburton's The Bubbles of Canada (London, 1839), and Acadie, or, Seven Years' Explorations in British America by Sir James E.
Hence, Massicotte documents the processes leading to the development of a unique "sociological tradition in Acadie," the French Acadian region of Atlantic Canada.