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Transcription 18 Simms, "Literary Prospects of the South," p.203.

19 Ibid.

20 See David Moltke-Hansen, "Ordered Progress: The Historical Philosophy
of William Gilmore Simms," in John Caldwell Guilds, ed., "Long Years of
Neglect, " The Work and Reputation of William Gilmore Simms (Fayetteville:
The University of Arkansas Press, 1988).

21 Simms's letter of Aug. 15, 1842 to George Frederick Holmes, in Mary C.
Simms Oliphant, Alfred Taylor Odell, and T.C. Duncan Eaves, The Letters
of William Gilmore Simms, Vol. T (Columbia: University of South Carolina
Press, 1952), p. 319.

22 See especially Jon L. Wakelyn, The Politics of a Literary Man: William
Gilmore Simms (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1973), and
Charles S. Watson, From Nationalism to Secessionism (Westport,
Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1993).
23 t,Americanism in Literature," p 29

24 Ibid., p. 28.

25 Simms, "Kennedy's Life of Wirt," Southern Quarterly Review, April 1850,
p. 195.

26 Simms, "Ellet's Women of the Revolution;" Southern Quarterly 'Review;
July 1850, p. 319.

27 Simms, "The Epochs and Events of American History, as Suited to the
Purposes of Art in Fiction," C. Hugh Holman, ed. of Simms, Views and
Reviews, p: 50.

28 Ibid.

29 Ibid., p.52.

30 Ib1d.






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