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Southern literature--its statut and outlook.

  • 32 Pages
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  • English
J. W. Burke & co. , Macon, Ga
American literature -- Southern states -- History and criticism., Southern States -- Intellectual life., Southern States -- In litera
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Pagination32 p.
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Excerpt from Southern Literature Its Status and Outlook: An Address Delivered Before the Ladies Memorial Association of Montgomery County, Virginia, at the Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, J Literature is, perhaps, the department in which American genius and effort have realised the least of the possibilities, for culture and the creative faculty have followed but haltingly the swift.

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