As Texas entered the 20th century, it was opening a new chapter in its cultural and social life. This text examines the contributions of literary societies and writers' clubs to the cultural and literary development that took place in Texas between the close of the frontier and the beginning of World War II..aquot;44 The satirical essay about Jim Ferguson that Charles Ferguson mentions in his letter to Hubbell appeared in Southwest Review when Charles Ferguson was still a student at SMU. The essay captured the attention of then-powerful Newanbsp;...
|Title||:||Lone Star Chapters|
|Author||:||Betty Holland Wiesepape|
|Publisher||:||Texas A&M University Press - 2004|