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LiteraryRob: Illustrating their feelings, sentiments, ideas, and opinions — the motives which influenced their actions, and the objects which they had in contemplation: William Gilmore Simms and his collection "War Poetry of the South," September 8, 1866 --

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LiteraryRob: "If his criticisms are now & then profound & suggestive, they are more frequently distinguished by principles partial & one-sided; nay! sometimes absolutely puerile!" -Paul Hamilton Hayne on William Gilmore Simms, August 15, 1864 --

TrueQuotation: I'm not really big on slapstick humor. I like gentle humor. — William Gilmore Simms

OYHLdotcom: I believe that economists put decimal points in their forecasts to show they have a sense of humor. - William Gilmore Simms

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boypoetforlife: Found poet, William Gilmore Simms. Good to find you. I was looking for your portrait, to cover this hole in my wall, as you covered the cannon holes shot in your wall with portraits of your friends and poets.

minorranch: Tact is one of the first mental virtues, the absence of it is fatal to the best talent.” – William Gilmore Simms

jacktshannon: "The only true source of politeness is consideration, that vigilant moral sense which never loses sight of the rights, the claims, and the sensibilities of others. This is the one quality, over all others, necessary to make a gentleman." ~ William Gilmore Simms

LiteraryRob: Care had not tutored him to sullenness— / The world's scorn not subdued the natural man: On the death of William Gilmore Simms, June 11, 1870 --

tradesecretsbiz: “I believe that economists put decimal points in their forecasts to show they have a sense of humor.” —William Gilmore Simms

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LiteraryRob: It is individual life and property which needs and claims protection: William Gilmore Simms's 20-page open letter fighting for copyright protection for authors, May 21, 1844 --

austin_teach: “The dread of criticism is the death of genius.” William Gilmore Simms

kierrereeg: "I believe that economists put decimal points in their forecasts to show they have a sense of humor" William Gilmore Simms

LiteraryRob: "Steal not this book, my worthy friend, For fear the gallows be your end!" An inscription dated May 13, 1771 in the novel "l Eutaw; or The Raid of the Dog Days" (1856) by William Gilmore Simms --

classifybot: 5*q:G4 | Stipple engravings about Simms, William Gilmore, 1806-1870

DevilHorseCSA: Remembering the great Southern writer William Gilmore Simms

DMedC44: William Gilmore Simms 1839 2 volumes Damsel of Darien 1st ed American Letters

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CWJohnsonJr1: Of whose works would you like to see more movie adaptations? A) George Washington Cable B) Ralph Peters C) Thoma...

DentistMassachu: William Gilmore Simms / History of South Carolina From Its First European 1842

msstruggleville: "The dread of criticism is the death of genius." --William Gilmore Simms

LiteraryRob: Disadvantages which would have sunk a weaker mind and corrupted a less manly and heroic heart: Paul Hamilton Hayne...

KPOP_Snapped: What's your favorite quote? - "The dread of criticism is the death of genius." ~ William Gilmore Simms

boypoetforlife: "To write from a people is to write a people - to make them live - to endow them with a life and a name - to preser...

vegasbling: The dread of criticism is the death of genius. ~ William Gilmore Simms

DailyMedD: WOODCRAFT BY WILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS 1854 AMERICAN REVOLUTION SOUTH CAROLINA

TrueQuotation: The love of truth lies at the root of much humor. - William Gilmore Simms

DMedC44: William Gilmore Simms 1839 2 volumes Damsel of Darien 1st ed American Letters

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