By Philip A. Greasley
A sweeping survey of approximately four hundred Midwestern authors that identifies crucial feedback on their writings. It offers their lives and literary orientations whereas supplying a broader expression of the Midwestern event from its diversified peoples through the years. First of a projected 3 volumes, subsidized through the Society for the learn of Midwestern Literature.
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Journal. Massachusetts Historical Society Collections (3 ser. V, 1836), 109–73. Mencken, H. L. “The Literary Capital of the United States,” in the Nation (London), April 17, 1920. Turner, Frederick Jackson. “The Middle West,” in The Frontier in American History. New York: Henry Holt, 1948. Wilson, William E. Indiana: A History. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996. Greasley,Dictionary 3/14/01 1:12 PM Page 25 A Franklin (Pierce) Adams November 15, 1881–March 23, 1960 (F. P. , Franklin Leopold Adams) biography: Born in Chicago of businessclass parents, Moses and Clara (Schlossman) Adams, Franklin attended the modern Armour Institute during his adolescent years.
Gallagher, William Davis. “Miami Woods,” in William T. Coggeshall, The Poets and Poetry of the West. Columbus: Follett, Foster, 1860. Hackett, Francis. “The American Novel,” in the Nation (London), April 17, 1920. Hinsdale, Burke Aaron. The Old Northwest. New York: Townsend MacCoun, 1888. Jefferson, Thomas. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, edited by Paul Leicester Ford. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1897. 24 Jones, Charles A. “The Old Mound,” in William T. Coggeshall, The Poets and Poetry of the West.
Coggeshall’s (1824–67) The Poets and Poetry of the West was published in Columbus, Ohio, by Follett, Foster and Company. It was a substantial literary achievement that contains the works of 142 poets, eighty-seven men and fifty-five women, together with a preface that enumerates the origins and residences of the poets and provides an historical sketch of the development of poetry in the West. Most of those poets experienced what fame they would know in the pages of provincial journals or papers usually associated with Cincinnati, but a few of the poets in the volume, most notably William Dean Howells (1837–1900) and the Cary sisters, Phoebe (1824–71) and Alice (1820–70), went East to seek their literary futures.