The Fighter, on the other hand, was a sober study of a working-class hero and his hard-scrabble clan from Lowell, Massachusetts.
When asked if she feels she was too revealing, Lowell considered the question for a few moments.
Lowell wrote to Oliver Wendell Holmes, “he should need no more introduction than a fine day.”
“I feel that Robert Lowell was really my father,” says Lowell.
On the ludicrous end of things is the pubic hair implantation Lowell endured in adulthood to restore growth to the scarred area.
Lowell showed her about the grounds, and she took keen interest in all that had been done to improve the condition of the Indians.
Curtis tells us that Lowell's pursuit was literature, but patriotism was his passion.
With the progressive melting of the snow upon the pole Lowell connected many phenomena upon the planet's surface of much interest.
While some of us cannot make Lowell's pursuit our pursuit, we all can and should make his passion our passion.
Lowell's own education was four-story: grammar school, high school, college, law school.