Romance Glasgow, Ellen: The Miller Of Old Church. V1. 23 Feb 2009
#1  crutledge 02-23-2009, 12:27 PM
Ellen Glasgow , 1873-1945, American novelist, b. Richmond, Va. In revolt against the romantic treatment of Southern life, Glasgow presented in fiction a social history of Virginia since 1850, stressing the changing social order and the emergence of a dominant middle class and rejecting the outworn code of Southern chivalry and masculine superiority. She spent her entire life in Richmond, Va. Her radicalism was apparent in her first novel, The Descendant (1897), and was sustained through her many subsequent books, including Virginia (1913), Life and Gabriella (1916), Barren Ground (1925), The Romantic Comedians (1926), Vein of Iron (1935), and In This Our Life (1941; Pulitzer Prize).

It was past four o’clock on a sunny October day, when a stranger, who had ridden over the “corduroy” road between Applegate and Old Church, dismounted near the cross-roads before the small public house known to its frequenters as Bottom’s Ordinary.
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