Together 6½ pages, 8vo, one formerly tipped to another sheet, all in good condition. LONGFELLOW DISCUSSES POETRY. 29 December 1874: "...I have always been in favor of small volumes of poetry. A large volume is oppressive, and fatigues the mind..."; 30 January 1875: "I am happy to say that the books have arrived safely..."; 14 February 1878: "I am much obliged to you for your brother's poem 'Sambro Light.' I like it well, and shall be very glad to see it in 'Poems of Places...' Together 3 items." /> LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH. Three autograph letters signed ("Henry W. Longfellow"), one to "Mr. Monti," the others addressed "My Dear Sir," Cambridge, 29 December 1874-14 February 1878. <I>Together 6½ pages, 8vo, one formerly tipped to another sheet</I>, all in good condition. LONGFELLOW DISCUSSES POETRY. <I>29 December 1874</I>: "...I have always been in favor of small volumes of poetry. A large volume is oppressive, and fatigues the mind..."; <I>30 January 1875</I>: "I am happy to say that the books have arrived safely..."; <I>14 February 1878</I>: "I am much obliged to you for your brother's poem 'Sambro Light.' I like it well, and shall be very glad to see it in 'Poems of Places...' <I>Together 3 items</I>. | Christie's