Monday, August 4, 2008

Frederick William Thomas

Frederick William Thomas

Frederick William Thomas was an American writer. His works include The Emigrant, Or, Reflections While Descending the Ohio (1832), a book of poetry about the Ohio River region; Clinton Bradshaw; or, The Adventures of a Lawyer (1835) (famous for its courtroom scene); East and West (1836), set in western Pennsylvania; and Howard Pinckney (1840), a detective story. He maintained a correspondence with Edgar Allan Poe and became his closest confidante.

[The Emigrant]

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