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Secondary Scholarship | 1998
Transcription 9 Ibid., 445.

10 Ibid., 433.

11 Simms, Views and Reviews, 135.

12 Simms, "Lucas de Ayllon," 455.

13 John C. Guilds, Simms: A Literary Life (Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas Press,
1992), 60.

14 Simms, "Lucas de Ayllon," 431.

15 Ibid., 432.

16 Ibid., 443.

17 Eugene Genovese, The Slaveholders' Dilemma: Freedom and Progress in Southern
Conservative Thought, 1820-1860 (Columbia: The University of South Carolina Press, 1992),
12.

18 Ibid., 13.

19 James E. Kibler, "Stewardship and Patria in Simms's Frontier Poetry," in William Gilmore
Simms and the American Frontier, eds. John C. Guilds and Caroline Collins (Athens: The
University of Georgia Press, 1997), 217.

20 Simms, Egeria: or Thoughts of Wisdom and Counsel, for the Woods and Wayside
(Philadelphia: E. H. Butler & Co., 1853), 202.

21 Ibid., 203.

22 Simms, The Social Principle (Tuscaloosa: The Erosophic Society of the University of
Alabama, 1843), 53.

23 Simms, Poetry and the Practical, ed. James E. Kibler (Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas
Press, 1996), 73.

24 Ibid., 77.

25 Simms, The History of South Carolina from its First European Discovery to its Erection into a
Republic with a Supplementary Book, Bringing the Narrative Down to the Present Time (New
York: J. S. Redfield & Co., 1860), 11.

26 Simms, Views and Reviews, 91.

27 Simms, "Lucas de Ayllon," 430.

28 Simms, Egeria, 294.

29 Kibler, "Stewardship and Patria in Simms's Frontier Poetry," 216.








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