Wlliam Gilmore Simms
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    Joscelyn: A Tale of the Revolution

    Joscelyn: A Tale of the Revolution

    Novel (Romance) | The Reprint Company | 1975, 1976
              Although written and published last among his eight Revolutionary novels in 1867, Joscelyn should be placed first in the series chronologically, for it lays out the preliminaries and “origins of this partisan conflict.”[1]  Set in the final six months of 1775, the romance depicts the beginnings of the Revolutionary conflict between patriots and loyalists in the backcountries of Georgia and South Carolina. Simms mixed historical figures, such as William Henry Drayton and Thomas Browne, with fictional ones to illustrate the dramatic tensions and implications of the early partisan ...
    The Charleston Book:  A Miscellany in Prose and Verse

    The Charleston Book: A Miscellany in Prose and Verse

    Miscellany | The Reprint Company; Samuel Hart, Sen. | 1845, 1983
               One of the major American cities of the mid-19th century, Charleston was viewed by its citizens as a hub of culture and erudition equal to that of the other great cities of the time, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.  To illustrate the quality of the city’s intellectual life and literary merits, “Charleston book-seller and Reform Jewish leader Samuel Hart, Sr. proposed that Charlestonians join the trend” of putting together an anthology of writings by city residents, much as several other cities had done throughout the late 1830s.[1]  Simms, the leading ...