Wlliam Gilmore Simms
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      The Forayers; or, The Raid of the Dog-Days

      The Forayers; or, The Raid of the Dog-Days

      Revolutionary History | Novel (Romance) | Redfield | 1855
                  Simms biographer John Caldwell Guilds notes that, in 1855, Simms would "enter a four-year period marked not by the exuberance and the surging creative force of the young Simms, but rather by an artistic imagination tempered and refined by maturity and experience."[1] The first major product of this new period was The Forayers, another in Simms's series of revolutionary romances, published by Redfield in 1855.  The Forayers is concerned with the British army's retreat from its outpost at Ninety-Six, and explores the events leading up the Battle of Eutaw Springs in 1781; ...