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The Poems of Thomas Kennedy of Maryland

Robert Mehlman

Abstract


A Presbyterian emigrant from Scotland, Thomas Kennedy (1776-1832) became a prominent legislator in Maryland, known for his strong advocacy for civil and political rights in America, especially for Jewish people.  He is a rather obscure figure in the history of American literature, but Mehlman makes a case for his poetry in which his strong convictions are displayed.

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