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A Southern Woman of Letters: The Correspondence of Augusta Jane Evans Wilson, 1859-1906

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Augusta Jane Evans Wilson (1835-1909) was one of nineteenth-century America's most popular novelists and outspoken supporters of the Confederacy. Her nine novels include the recently reissued Beulah, the stridently pro-Confederate Macaria, and the extremely successful St. Elmo, which rivaled Uncle Tom's Cabin and Ben-Hur in sales. In addition to writing best-selling books, Wilson was a powerful letter-writer whose correspondents included prominent Confederate leaders. Wilson's epistles, 112 of which are gathered in this ...

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A Southern Woman of Letters: The Correspondence of Augusta Jane Evans Wilson, 1859-1906
2002, University of South Carolina Press

ISBN-13: 9781570034404

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