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Putnam, G. P. (Publisher)


Little Journeys to the Homes of American Authors




G. P. Putnam




New York












Quoted from the "Publishers' Note."

"In 1853, the late G . P. Putnam published, under the title of Homes of American Authors, a collection of papers which had been written for this work by a group of the younger writers of the day, and which were devoted to studies and descriptions of the homes and of the work of certain representative American authors of the time. The plan of the series originated, we understand, with the publisher, while it is probable that its editorial direction rested either with
Henry T. Tuckerman or Charles F. Briggs ("Harry Franco"), who was at the time editor of Putnam's Monthly. Among the contributors were several writers whose work has since made for itself a place in the enduring literature of the century. Of these contributors but two, Parke Godwin and Edward Everett Hale, are still (October, 1896) surviving."

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