Lewis P. Simpson

Lewis P. Simpson (1916-2005) was Boyd Professor and William A. Read Professor of English, emeritus, at Louisiana State University. Among his many books are The Man of Letters in New England and the South; The Dispossessed Garden; The Brazen Face of History: Studies in the Literary Consciousness in America; Mind and the American Civil War: A Meditation on Lost Causes; and The Fable of the Southern Writer. He was a founding member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers, president of the Society for the Study of Southern Literature, and coeditor of the Southern Review from the inauguration of the New Series in 1965 until his retirement in 1987.
Still Rebels, Still Yankees and Other Essays - Cover
Still Rebels, Still Yankees and Other Essays
Something in Common - Cover
Something in Common
The History of Southern Literature - Cover
The History of Southern Literature
The Fable of the Southern Writer - Cover
The Fable of the Southern Writer
Mind and the American Civil War - Cover
Mind and the American Civil War
Selected Stories from the Southern Review - Cover
Selected Stories from the Southern Review
Imagining Our Time - Cover
Imagining Our Time