Definition of Sunlands
1. sunland [n] - See also: sunland
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Literary usage of Sunlands
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Introduction to American Literature: Including Illustrative Selections with by Franklin Verzelius Newton Painter (1897)
"Songs of the sunlands."—This fame, exaggerated and ephemeral, naturally found an echo in this country. It was given a more substantial basis by the ..."
2. The Magazine of Poetry and Literary Review (1892)
"OVER the fields and the waters there suddenly swept in mid-April Something that seemed like a breath that was blown from far coasts of the sunlands. ..."
3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"Miller's verse includes 'Songs of the sunlands' (1873); 'Songs of the Desert' (1875); 'Songs of Italy' (1878); 'Collected Poems' (1882); and 'Songs of ..."
4. Travels in Alaska by John Muir (1915)
"Many of the above, though with soft stems and leaves, are yet as brightly painted as those of the warm sunlands ..."
5. Travels in Alaska by John Muir (1915)
"Many of the above, though with soft stems and leaves, are yet as brightly painted as those of the warm sunlands of the south. ..."
6. An American Anthology, 1787-1900: Selections Illustrating the Editor's by Edmund Clarence Stedman (1900)
"His picturesque home is on the heights behind Fruitvale, overlooking San Francisco Hay. Among his works are "Songs of the sunlands. ..."