Let me lie, being in the main an ethnological account of the remarkable commonwealth of Virginia and the making of its history [by] James Branch Cabell.

New York, Farrar, Straus and Company, 1947.

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Subjects Virginia.
Description xvi, 286 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1947.
Contents Quiet along the Potomac.--The first Virginian.--Myths of the Old Dominion.--Colonel Esmond of Virginia.--Concerns heirs and assigns.--Mr. Ritchie's Richmond.--Almost touching the Confederacy.--General Lee of Virginia.--Is of Southern Ladies.--"Published in Richmond, Virginia".--Miss Glasgow of Virginia.--As to our life and letters.
Geographic Area Virginia
Network Numbers (OCoLC)477107
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WorldCat Identities Cabell, James Branch, 1879-1958.
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