Originally published in 1832 and revised in 1851, Swallow Barn is a novel of antebellum life on a tidewater Virginia plantation, described by the author as “variously and interchangeably partaking of the complexion of a book of travels, a diary, a collection of letters, a drama, and a history.”
Lucinda H. MacKethan is professor of English at North Carolina State University at Raleigh. She is the author of The Dream of Arcady: Place and Time in Southern Literature.
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