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This somewhat historical approach to a literary topic, the Virginia Writers' Club and its progeny, a small literary magazine, The Reviewer, is concerned primarily with the presentation of evidence that there was a great deal of writing in Richmond, Virginia, in the early 1920"s. Although insufficient research materials available locally provide scanty basis for a critical analysis of the many works of these writers, I feel that the existence of the club, the motivation for its formation, and the kind of atmosphere that it produced deserve attention.
Farley, Betty, "RICHMOND RENASCENCE: THE VIRGINIA WRITERS' CLUB OF THE 1920'S" (1963). Theses, Dissertations & Honors Papers. 454.