Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

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Biography Of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
Real NameOliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
ProfessionNovelists, Essayists
Nick NameOliver Wendell Holmes, Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., Oliver W. Holmes
Famous asWriter, Physician
Personal Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
Born on29 August 1809
Birthday29th August
Died At Age85
Sun SignVirgo
Born inCambridge
Died on07 October 1894
Place of deathBoston
Family Background of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
FatherAbiel Holmes
MotherSarah Wendell
Spouse/PartnerAmelia Jackson Holmes
ChildrenEdward Jackson Holmes, Amelia Jackson Holmes and Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
EducationHarvard Medical School, Phillips Academy, Harvard University
Personal Fact of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. was an American poet, author, physician, medical reformer, professor and lecturer. He is noted for his oratory and literary skills. The Breakfast-Table series remained his most distinguished prose work that gained him international fame. He was a member of Fireside Poets along with the likes of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and John Greenleaf Whittier among others.

The writings of the American Fireside Poets were considered conventional and family friendly and were among the first few to gain immense popularity in Europe. He was respected and acclaimed by his peers for his works and also earned international appreciation all his life. Based in Boston, he advocated the city’s culture and his writings often reflected a Boston-centric view. That is why many a times he is referred as Boston Brahmin.

This term was originally coined by him to refer oldest and intellectual families of Boston. He considered Boston was the thinking centre of the continent, and therefore of the planet. He practiced as a physician and served as a professor of physiology and anatomy at the Harvard University. He was one of the founder-editors of the journal Atlantic Monthly. Apart from poetry he penned down novels, table-talk books, travelogues, biographies and medical treatises as well. He wrote on a wide range of subjects including theology, medicine, psychology, democracy and society.

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