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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Davis, Richard Beale.
Southern writing, 1585-1920.
New York, Odyssey Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Beale Davis; C Hugh Holman; Louis D Rubin, Jr.
|Description:||xiv, 994 pages 24 cm|
|Contents:||Among the works contained in this book are: "A new description of that fertile and pleasant province of Carolina" by John Archdale ; William Pratt's account of a Puritan settlement on the Ashley River in the 1690s ; a 1735 essay from the "South Carolina Gazette" ; a 1778 address on American independece by Charlestonian David Ramsay ; an essay on Byron by Hugh Swinton Legaré ; an 1840s essay on a deer hunt by William Elliott ; the poem "I sigh for the land of the cypress and the pine" by Samuel Henry Dickson ; several poems by James Matthewes Legaré ; numerous works by William Gilmore Simms ;Civil War poems and an essay by Henry Timrod ; poems by Paul Hamilton Hayne.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Richard Beale Davis, C. Hugh Holman [and] Louis D. Rubin, Jr.|