Autograph letter signed : New Orleans, to Howard Malcolm Ticknor, 1884 June 25.


Autograph letter signed : New Orleans, to Howard Malcolm Ticknor, 1884 June 25.

Concerning current editorial bias against publishing articles "on Oriental subjects"; mentioning articles he wants to write on "the Legends of the Saints of Islam, the traditions of the poets of the Desert, the Stories of the Monteyemin or the Love-martyrs of Arabia, and the very peculiar Folklore of the Sahara tribes"; discussing "Stray Leaves," presumably a work Ticknor is helping him publish.

1 item (3 p.) ; 23.1 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7179920

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