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No fairer land : studies in southern literature before 1900

Author: J Lasley Dameron; James W Mathews
Publisher: Troy, N.Y. : Whitston Pub. Co., 1986.
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No fairer land.
Troy, N.Y. : Whitston Pub. Co., 1986
(OCoLC)567962819
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Lasley Dameron; James W Mathews
ISBN: 0878753052 9780878753055
OCLC Number: 15221335
Description: ix, 245 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / James H. Justus --
The Princess Pocahontas and three Englishmen named John / William Warren Jenkins --
The 'True narrative' of Bacon's rebellion / W.H. Ward --
Sir John Randolph : jurist, public servant, and scholar / William H. Castles, Jr. --
Pre-romantic aspects of Samuel Davies' poetry / Charles J. Churchman --
Some other versions of pastoral : the disturbed landscape in Tales of the antebellum South / Jan Baaker --
Trying to walk : an introduction to the plays of St. George Tucker / Mata Robinson Braymer --
A Yankee Southerner : the aesthetic flight of Samuel Gilman / James W. Mathews --
The Kentucky tragedy and its primary sources / Jack E. Surrency --
Tragic ingenue : memories of Elizabeth Arnold Poe / Elena Zimmerman --
Metrical ambiguity in the poetry of Edgar Allan Poe / Helen Ensley --
Poe's C. Auguste Dupin / J. Lasley Dameron --
'His right of attendance' : the image of the black man in the works of Poe and two of his contemporaries / Elizabeth C. Phillips --
Divided loyalties in the American Revolution / Delle M. Craven --
Some adventures of Captain Simon Suggs : the legacy of Johnson Jones Hooper / Joseph H. Harkey --
J.H. Ingraham : a bibliography of periodical publications, newspaper writings, and parish reports / Robert W. Weathersby, II --
George Washington Harris's 'Special vision' : his yarns as historical sourcebook / Ben Harris McClary.
Responsibility: edited by J. Lasley Dameron and James W. Mathews.
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