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Southern writers; appraisals in our time, edited by R.C. Simonini, Jr.

By: Simonini, R. C. (Rinaldo C.), 1922- [ed.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Essay index reprint series.Publisher: Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1969, c1961]Description: ix, 191 p. 22 cm.Subject(s): American literature -- Southern States -- History and criticism | Southern States -- Intellectual life | Southern States -- In literatureAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Southern writers.DDC classification: 810.9 LOC classification: PS261 | .S45 1969PN511 | .R351 no.7760
Contents:
Foreword, by R.C. Simonini, Jr.--The writer as pariah in the Old South, by W. Thorp.--Poe in Richmond; the double image, by R.D. Jacobs.--The image of an army; the Civil War in Southern fiction, by L.D. Rubin, Jr.--Mary Johnston and the historic imagination, by L.G. Nelson.--Ellen Glasgow and the Southern literary tradition, by C.H. Holman.--James Branch Cabell and Southern romanticism, by D.B. Schlegel.--Faulkner and the South, by J.B. Meriwether.--The youngest generation of Southern fiction writers, by R.K. Meeker.
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PS261 .S45 1969 (Browse shelf) Available 0000101227338
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Includes bibliographical references.

Foreword, by R.C. Simonini, Jr.--The writer as pariah in the Old South, by W. Thorp.--Poe in Richmond; the double image, by R.D. Jacobs.--The image of an army; the Civil War in Southern fiction, by L.D. Rubin, Jr.--Mary Johnston and the historic imagination, by L.G. Nelson.--Ellen Glasgow and the Southern literary tradition, by C.H. Holman.--James Branch Cabell and Southern romanticism, by D.B. Schlegel.--Faulkner and the South, by J.B. Meriwether.--The youngest generation of Southern fiction writers, by R.K. Meeker.

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