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Glasgow, Ellen

Perfect Companionship

Ellen Glasgow's Selected Correspondence with Women Ellen Glasgow. Edited by Pamela R. Matthews

The novels of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ellen Glasgow ushered the South into the modern era, rejecting the typically romanticized approach for a cunningly observed realism. Glasgow’s originality of mind and abiding fascination with her native South are in abundant display in this new selection... More

The Woman Within

Ellen Glasgow and Pamela R. Matthews

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Vein of Iron. Afterword by Anne Firor Scott

Ellen Glasgow. Afterword by Anne Firor Scott

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The Romantic Comedians

Ellen Glasgow. Afterword by Dorothy M. Scura

In The Romantic Comedians Ellen Glasgow takes the familiar story of the cuckold and raises it to a new leve. Her sixty-five-year-old male protagonist, the recently widowed Judge Gamaliel Honeywell, falls in love with and marries an impulsive twenty-three-year-old woman, emblem of the 1920s. As the... More

The Sheltered Life

Ellen Glasgow. Afterword by Carol S Manning

"The Sheltered Life," writes Carol S. Manning in her Afterword to this new paperback edition, is "a jewel of American literature and deserves recognition as a masterpiece of the Southern Renaissance." It is a remarkably unsentimental look at the old South, a society that blindly holds to past... More