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Novel (Romance) | The University of Arkansas Press | 1997
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, ed. "Idylls of the Apalachian" I and II. Appalachian Journal 1
(1972—73): 2-11, 146-60.
. "The Senior Simmses—Mississippi Unshrouded." University of
Mississippi Studies in English, n.s. 2 (1992): 250—55. [Genealogical and
historical information about Simms's father and uncle in Mississippi.]
. "Simms's Last Novel, The Cub of the Panther," Southern Literary
Journal 17 (Spring 1985): 108—19.
Wakelyn, Jon L. The Politics of a Literary Man: William Gilmore Simms.
Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1973.
Watson, Charles S. "Simms and the Beginnings of Local Color." Mississippi
Quarterly 35 (Winter 1981—82): 25—39.
Wimsatt, Mary Ann. The Major Fiction of William Gilmore Simms: Cultural
Traditions and Literary Form. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University
Press, 1989. [Valuable study focusing on the Revolutionary Romances
and Simms's use of humor throughout his fiction.]
Reference Work
Butterworth, Keen, and James E. Kibler Jr. William Gilmore Simms: A
Reference Guide. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1980.