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Macaria book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a /5(7). Augusta Jane Wilson, or Augusta Evans Wilson, (May 8, – May 9, ) was an American Southern author and one of the pillars of Southern literature. She wrote nine novels: “Inez” (), “Beulah” (), “Macaria” (), “St. Elmo” (), “Vashti” (), “Infelice” (), “At the Mercy of Tiberius” (), “A Speckled Bird” (), and “Devota.
Augusta Jane Evans. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Augusta Jane Evans Wilson "Southern novelist" Born: Augusta Jane Evans May 8, – May 9, First published in , Macaria; or, Altars of Sacriﬁce was the third novel of Augusta Jane Evans, one of the leading women writers of nineteenth-century domestic ﬁction. A wartime best seller, with more than twenty thousand copies in circulation in the print-starved Confederacy before the war’s end, the novel was also extremely well received along the Union front, so much so that some.
Augusta Jane Evans: Isbn: File size: kb: Year: Pages: Language: English: File format: PDF: Johnson named his new community St. Elmo after the title of the popular novel by Augusta Evans, who had visited the area before the war and used it as a setting for her book. By , the community had grown to over 2, Book Title: St Elmo Author: Augusta Evans Publisher: Applewood Books Release Date: Pages: ISBN: Available Language: English, Spanish, And French.
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In Fire and Fiction: Augusta Jane Evans in Context Anne Sophie Riepma reconstructs the literary, cultural, religious, social, and historical contexts of Evans's work. She explores the author's relation to her times and focuses on the way her novels reflect and address the cultural experiences of Southern by: 3.
Augusta Jane Evans, a nineteenth-century writer from the American South, produced bestsellers in the genre of the domestic novel, popular between the s and s.
Evans was particularly good in creating strong and independent heroines. She is best known for her blockbuster St. Elmo (), featuring the love story of Edna Earl and the passionate St.
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She was the first woman to earn US$, through her writing. Wilson was a native of Columbus, Georgia, and her first book, Inez, a Tale of the Alamo, was written when she was still was published by Harpers, but met with indifferent.
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Augusta Jane Evans Augusta Jane Evans Wilson () was one of the most popular American novelists of the nineteenth century and certainly the most successful Alabama writer of her time.
Her literary fame made her a prominent citizen of Mobile, where she spent most of her many popular women authors of her day, Evans Wilson wrote in a genre known as domestic, or sentimental. Macaria; or Altars of Sacrifice, the third novel by Columbus native Augusta Jane Evans, was published in Aprilduring the Civil War ().
The book served as propaganda for the Confederate cause and helped to redefine the role of Confederate women during the a became a best seller in the Confederacy, w copies in circulation by the war's end, and secured Evans's.
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Description: Augusta Jane Wilson, or Augusta Evans Wilson (May 8, - May 9, ), was an American author of Southern literature.
She was the first woman to earn US$, through her writing. Wilson was a native of Columbus, Georgia, and her first book, Inez, a Tale of the Alamo, was written when she was still young.
Click on a title to look inside that book (if available): Encyclopedia of American Literature () by EPUB Fire & Fiction: Augusta Jane Evans in Context. Atlanta: Rodopi, Entry Author: Martin, Vicki. A Fable for Critics Work Author: James Russell Lowell. Augusta Jane Evans: | | ||| | Augusta Jane Evans.
| | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. Born Augusta Jane Evans on May 8,in Wynnton (now the MidTown area in Columbus), Georgia, Mrs. Augusta Evans Wilson () wrote nine highly successful novels, but her St.
Elmo was among the most popular works of American fiction published between Reconstruction and World War II. The highly romantic tale of devout heroine Edna Earl, her unending struggles to .Augusta Jane Evans Wilson on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more Menu.
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