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Peeking behind the wizard's screen : William Maxwell's literary art as revealed by a study of the black characters in Billie Dyer and other stories

Author: Darold Leigh Henson
Publisher: [Springfield, Mo.] : [D.L. Henson], [2006]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Probes the research Maxwell did in writing about William "Billie" Dyer, M.D., and his sister, Harriet "Hattie" Dyer Brummell.
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Named Person: William Maxwell; William Maxwell; William Dyer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Darold Leigh Henson
OCLC Number: 301323838
Notes: In spiral binding.
Also available online: http://geocities.com/findinglincolnillinois/ross-dyer-brummell.html.
Description: 31 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
Other Titles: William Maxwell's literary art as revealed by a study of the black characters in Billie Dyer and other stories
William Maxwell's black characters in Billie Dyer and other stories
Responsibility: Darold Leigh Henson.

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Probes the research Maxwell did in writing about William "Billie" Dyer, M.D., and his sister, Harriet "Hattie" Dyer Brummell.

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