Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Gordon Wilson, Lee Jones, Finley Grise
Department of English
Master of Arts
Several books have been written about the various natural resources of the state of Kentucky. A number of excellent histories of the state have been published with descriptions of the pioneer and outlaw days when the state numbered its inhabitants by the very few thousands. The industrial, economic, and social activities of the Kentucky people have been written about for several years. But Kentucky literature has had practically no recognition. The average person has known very little about Kentucky writers who probably have deserved to be placed among those in the Hall of Fame. From the pen of Kentucky writers one may see a realistic picture of Kentucky life, people, customs, and history.
Arts and Humanities | Communication | English Language and Literature | History | Journalism Studies | Literature in English, North America | Social and Behavioral Sciences | United States History | Women's History
Hines, Velma, "Nancy Huston Banks: Her Life & Works" (1933). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2479.