American bypaths: essays in honor of E. Hudson Long by Eugene Hudson Long, R. G. Collmer

By Eugene Hudson Long, R. G. Collmer

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N. and Princess Finch Markham of Longview, Texas, by their daughters, Mrs. R. Matt Dawson of Waco, Texas, and Mrs. B. Reid Clanton of Longview, Texas. Editorial labor and printing advice have come from Melanie McQuere, Frances Stanford, Marvin Goebel, and Lowell Browne. Typing assistance has been provided by Deborah Callan, Rita Humphrey, and Mary Margaret Stewart. " May these essays show the bypaths Professor Long encouraged his followers and friends to pursue. THE EDITORS BAYLOR UNIVERSITY Page ix Contents Foreword v Hawthorne and Johnson at Uttoxeter O M Brack, Jr.

6568. " Writing in 1973, Martha Downer Ellis explained the assimilation process: A lot of people in Lea County (New Mexico) take their ailments to Lubbock or Temple, and buy their best clothes in Dallas. 8 So there it is! These people accomplished by infiltration what could not be achieved half a century earlier by invasion, but having infiltrated they retained strong loyalties to the Lone Star both in thought and deed, and became New Mexicanized only in a limited sense. As they came in contact with persons who were New Mexican in orientation, there were sharp clashes socially and politically.

135. 10 Hawthorne really recalls the man at Uttoxeter. Hawthorne devotes two chapters to his sketch of Johnson; only Benjamin Franklin among the remaining five subjects is given more than one. Unlike the Franklin sketch which appears to have been divided into two chapters for no other reason than to make all of the chapters in the book approximately the same length, the division in the Johnson sketch has artistic significance. The first chapter presents the disobedience and the second chapter the penance performed years later.

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