Ellen Glasgow's originality of mind and fascination with her native South are in display in this selection of her correspondence with women. Covering more than sixty years, Perfect Companionship collects some 250 letters.
The fourth of six volumes collecting the letters of Matthew Arnold. The letters chronicle Arnold's personal life in the characteristically intimate note of all his correspondence. He loses a son, a brother and his mother, and travels to France, Switzerland and Italy, recording his impressions.
Includes diaries that address some of the central questions in the study of southern manhood: how masculine ideals in the Old South were constructed and maintained; how males of different ages and regions resisted, modified, or flouted those ideals; how those ideals could be expressed differently in public and private; and more.