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Boyesen became one of America's best known teachers and lecturers. His Goethe and Schiller, essentially an English re-working of German scholarship and criticism, went into ten editions. His three collections of essays on German and Scandinavian literature published in the 1890's are magazine pieces, usually reprinted without revision. Boyesen was a literary journalist and popularizer, not a scholar and critic. But he was an important EuropeanAmerican liaison man who argued persuasively that Americans were so subservient to British literature that they ignored Goethe and Ibsen.

1858. The Little Bound-Boy. 1858. Lizzy Glenn; or, The Trials of a Seamstress. I 859. The Allen House; or, Twenty Years Ago and Now. 1860. Aunt Mary's Preserving Kettle. 1863. Nancy Wimble. 1863. Hidden Wings and Other Stories. 1864. Light on Shadowed Paths. 1864. Out in the World. 1864. Sunshine at Home and Other Stories. 1864. Sowing the Wind and Other Stories. 1865. Home-Heroes, Saints, and Mar(vrs. 1865. Nothing But Money. 1865. fierwards. 1865. L(fe 's Crosses and How to Meet Them. 1865. Our Neighbors in the Corner House.

Because of his evangelical religious orthodoxy, his innate Southern chivalry, and his readings in Hawthorne. fin de siecle. Although Allen wrote during an era of fiction that is generally regarded as realistic, he himself is remembered as a Romantic local colorist under the influence of Wordsworth, Thoreau, and Audubon, who tended to idealize Nature by pointing out the "spiritual sustenance" nature offers (William K. Bottorff). Allen's settings were often in the central Kentucky landscape he knew so well.

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