Southern Life in Southern Literature 1917

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Maurice Garl Fulton
Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 548 pages
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1917. This work contains selections of representative prose and poetry of Southern life. The editor's aim was to present the work of the more important Southern writers. This attempt was not merely to show the value of literary effort in the South as absolute achievement, but also to emphasize its importance as a record of Southern life and character.

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About the author (2003)

Maurice G. Fulton was a foremost authority on Lincoln County and also published an annotated edition of Pat Garrett's "Authentic Life of Billy the Kid." Western historian Robert N. Mullin was Fulton's friend, collaborator, and literary executor.

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