Regarding Ellen Glasgow: Essays

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Edited by Welford Dunaway Taylor and George C. Longest

On the day after Ellen Glasgow died an editorial tribute in the Richmond Times-Dispatch opened by stating, "The greatest woman Virginia has produced is dead."  In the decades since her death, Ellen Glasgow's fictional chronicle of Virginia life between 1860 and 1940 continues to attract academic and general readers alike. Glasgow, woman and author, has proved-and continues to prove-remarkably durable. The eclecticism of the volume's fourteen essays and seven oral history interviews reflects the broad scope of Glasgow's appeal. They also reveal the spirit with which, by personal as well as artistic example, Glasgow herself resisted the strictures of parochialism and conformity.

Edited by Welford Dunaway Taylor and George C. Longest.

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