Two Howell's Letters
Keywords:William Dean Howells, James R. Osgood, American Literature
AbstractThe Kirk's place into context and transcribe two letters from William Dean Howells written to James R. Osgood, his publisher, in October 16, 1882, and October 21,1891. They were written at the beginning and in the midst of Howells's most productive and influential period, the letters add to our growing understanding of the writer.
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