American poet, abolitionist, and teetotaler whose poem, 'The Grave of Keats,' was published by
She was born into an intellectual family and, as a young girl, lived an ascetic lifestyle at an Ursuline Convent.
Emily Dickinson knew Lowell's work and may have found poetic inspiration in it. Lowell's poem "The Sick Room," in fact, is quite "Dickinsonian" in tone and content.
She married fellow poet
She was an ancestor of poet Amy Lowell.