OPINIONSrnNew England Against Americarnby Clyde Wilsonrn"The fiction of Mr. Simms gave indication, we repeat, of genius, and that of norncommon order. Had he been even a Yankee, this genius would have been renderedrnimmediately manifest to his countrymen, but unhappily (perhaps) he was arnSoutherner.... His book, therefore, depended entirely upon . . .
January 1975July 26, 2022By The Archive
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