Metadata: Southern Literary Messenger

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TitleSouthern Literary Messenger
LanguageEnglish
Country (State)United States of America
Format of datatext/html; image/gif
KeywordsAmerican literature; literary criticism; literature; art; art review; literature review; Edgar Allen Poe; belletristic journal; Old South
Description"Southern Literary Messenger was the leading belletristic journal of the Old South for three decades (1834-64). Under the editorship of Edgar Allen Poe from 1835 to 1837, circulation increased from 500 to 3,500. Poe also contributed many of his works, including 83 reviews, six poems, four essays and three stories. Other editors included J. R. Thompson (1847-60), G. W. Bagby (1860-64) and Frank H. Alfriend (1864)."
URLhttp://www.hti.umich.edu/m/moajrnl/browse.journals/sout.html?sid=60f9c5b1d863cd4be36de09394caa93c
 
CLASSIFICATION
Subject ClassAmerican Literature: Anthologies: Prose
GOKIC 435
BK18.06; 17.98
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Temporal Coverage1834 - 1864
Accessfree
Contents**
Levelundergraduate; graduate; professional
 
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