Hamlin Garland


Hannibal Hamlin Garland (September 14, 1860 – March 4, 1940) was an American novelist, poet, essayist, short story writer, Georgist, and psychical researcher. He is best known for his fiction involving hard-working Midwestern farmers. (Information from Wikipedia)

Website: The Hamlin Garland Society

Articles in Western American Literature:

The Past and the Postwestern: Garland’s Cavanagh, Closure, and Conventions of Reading, by Eric Morel

Eastern Imaginings of the West in Hamlin Garland’s “Up the Coolly” and “God’s Ravens,” by Bonney MacDonald

The Flood of Remembrance and the Stream of Time: Hamlin Garland’s Boy Life on the Prairie, by Marcia Jacobson

Feeding and Consuming in Garland’s Main-Travelled Roads, by David W. Hiscoe

The Use of Military Language in Hamlin Garland’s “The Return of a Private,” by John H. Irsfeld

Hamlin Garland’s First Novel: A Spoil of Office, by Eberhard Alsen

Hamlin Garland and The American Indian, by Roy W. Meyer

Hamlin Garland’s Retreat from Realism, by Charles T. Miller