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Critical Essay by The New York Times Book Review

SOURCE: A review of The Plantation Edition, in The New York Times Book Review, Vol. XII, No. 3, January 19, 1907, p. 27.

In this review occasioned by the publication of The Plantation Edition, the critic assesses Page's contribution to the literature of the South.

Since the appearance in the early eighties of "Marse Chan," the first and best of his stories, Thomas Nelson Page has been the recognized interpreter of the South—the old South—to the rest of the country. Indeed, it would hardly be too much to say that most people of the younger generation who live north of Mason and Dixon's line have built their conception of what the South before the war was likely largely upon the foundation furnished by Mr. Page's writings. They might, to...

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