6 edition of Simpkinsville and Vicinity found in the catalog.
by University of Arkansas Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||214|
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For nearly thirty years, from the first story by Ruth McEnery Stuart published in the New Princeton Magazine in until her death inreaders throughout the United States knew her stories of life in Simpkinsville, an imaginary village in southwest Arkansas.
Besides their importance in the history of local-color fiction, Stuart’s stories of Simpkinsville evoke that connection between Author: Ethel Simpson.
Get this from a library. Simpkinsville and vicinity: Arkansas stories of Ruth McEnery Stuart. [Ruth McEnery Stuart; Ethel C Simpson] -- During the twenty-nine years after Ruth McEnery Stuart's first published story appeared in the New Princeton magazine in until her death in Simpkinsville and Vicinity book, readers read her stories about life in.
The woman's exchange of Simpkinsville --An Arkansas prophet --The unlived life of little Mary Ellen --Queen o'Sheba's triumph --Sonny's diploma --A misfit Christmas --The women --The child at the door --Absent treatment and second sight --A note of scarlet.
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the title Simpfynsville and Vicinity: The Arkansas Stories of Ruth McEnery Stuart. The book was published by the University of Arkansas Press inhas pages, and sells for $19 in cloth, $ in paper. During the twenty-nine years after Ruth McEnery Stuart's first pub-lished story appeared in the New Princeton Magazine in until her.
Mary Routh McEnery Stuart, working under the name Ruth McEnery Stuart, wrote a body of fiction and poetry based on the experiences she had in Arkansas, modeling characters, dialect, and even a fictional town on her interactions within the state.
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