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In his history of Bowdoin College, Professor A. S. Packard says he remembers Hawthorne as he looked in the recitation room, "with the same shy, gentle bearing, black, drooping, full, inquisitive eye, and low, musical voice that he ever had;" and Longfellow, sitting two seats behind Hawthorne a fair-haired youth, blooming with health and early promise.