Gordon Bottomley Autographed Letter Signed (ALS) to Carl Carmer
Date Published: 1930
Binding: No binding
Gordon Bottomley was an English poet and playwright exploring human consciousness, often grounded in stark realism. He was known particularly for his verse dramas. His main influences were the later Victorian Romantic poets, the Pre-Raphaelites and William Morris
• ALS 4 pages folded 5 x 6-1/2 inches to [Carl] Carmer, 26 April 1930, re Carmer’s book [Deep South], thanking Carmer for his “sensitive and sympathetic account and appreciation of my plays in `The Theatre Arts Monthly’”.
Carl Lamson Carmer (1893-1976) was an American writer of nonfiction books, memoirs, and novels, many of which focused on American myths, folklore, and tales. His most famous book, Stars Fell on Alabama, was an autobiographical story of the time he spent living in Alabama. He was considered one of America's most popular writers during the 1940s and 1950s. .
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