5 edition of A literary history of Alabama found in the catalog.
|Statement||Benjamin Buford Williams.|
|LC Classifications||PS266.A5 W54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||258 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||76050286|
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Alabama has had important participants in many of the movements of American literary history, particularly those involving fiction. Caroline Lee Hentz and, especially, Augusta Jane Evans Wilson were stars in the mid-nineteenth-century vogue of the so-called domestic-sentimental novel, the best-sellers of.
A biographical, bibliographical, generic, critical, and chronological survey A literary history of Alabama book nineteenth-century Alabama authors. Presents a vivid picture of life in the South in 19th-century America.
Alabama: The History of a Deep South State is the first completely new comprehensive account of the state since A.B. Moore’s work. Divided into three main sections, the first concluding inthe second inand the third bringing the story to the present, the book’s organization is both chronological and by: This Goodly Land is a dynamic portal through which the world can explore Alabama’s diverse literary landscape.
Join us on this tour of Alabama’s literary abundance, past and present. Join us on this tour of Alabama’s literary abundance, past and present. : Literary History of Alabama: The Nineteenth Century (): Williams, Benjamin Buford: BooksAuthor: Benjamin Buford Williams. Bluewater Publications has grown from a small local Alabama publishing house to a A literary history of Alabama book with National and International distribution, making A literary history of Alabama book of the most modern marketing techniques available.
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In presenting a literary history of Alabama and bringing to light many lesser-known, but talented writers, and their works, Dr. Williams has expanded the A literary history of Alabama book boundary of Souther and American literature.
His contribution can only enrich America’s literary heritage. (from the book jacket). Our own accomplished writer and earliest pioneer in Alabama history--Alexander B. Meek, of Mobile--has furnished a condensed, but well written and graphic account of De Soto's expedition, contained in a monthly magazine, entitled "The Southron," Tuscaloosa, Alabama: The History of a Deep South State By Robert David Ward; Leah Rawls Atkins; Wayne A literary history of Alabama book William Warren Rogers University of Alabama Press, Read preview Overview Iron and Steel: Class, Race, and Community in Birmingham, Alabama, By Henry M.
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It is tattered and unwashed, neither whole cloth nor linear – there was a pre-history that colored our history, with odd overlaps in. Southern Literary Trail. 2, likes 52 talking about this. Visiting the Sites Associated With Classic Southern Literature in Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia5/5(2).
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The Alabama Authors database, which covers Alabama Authors from the state’s beginning to the present, is maintained and updated by the Alabama Library Association and hosted at the University of Alabama Libraries website.
Through the years, it became quite evident that a source was needed to help identify Alabama authors and their works. Guest: As a noted authority on the history of Alabama and as a widely read educator and citizen, Dr. Flynt will focus on the historical and literary legacy of Alabama.
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October 30th, ; by admin; in News The Alabama Center for the Book, under the aegis of the University Libraries, and The University of Alabama Press have collaborated in a lunchtime speaker series spotlighting recent works by Alabama writers.
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