Egeria or Voices of Thought and Counsel for the Woods and Wayside
AC 8 .S55x
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William Gilmore Simms [April 17, 1806-June 11, 1870] was a Charleston, South Carolina born poet, novelist, and historian. His writings were inspired by his maternal grandmother, Jan Miller Singleton Gate, who raised him after the untimely death of his mother. She told him stories of colonial South Carolina, pirates, Native Americans, and the American Revolution. Simms writings were prominent and respected in the 19th century. Edgar Allan Poe said he was the best novelist America had ever produced. He is best known for his histories and his novels of the American Revolution.
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Egeria: Voices of Thought and Counsel for the Woods and Wayside by William Gilmore Simms is a collection of thoughts, proverbs, and short essays on a variety of subjects published in 1853. Please see the attached index.
Winthrop purchased the volume on August 5, 1949 for $10.00
E. H. Butler & Company
Proverbs, Opinion, Sentiment, Thought
American Literature | Literature in English, North America | Philosophy | Poetry
Simms, William Gilmore, "Egeria or Voices of Thought and Counsel for the Woods and Wayside" (1853). Rare Books. 14.