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It was brightened with kindly humor; was in itself a quaint conception, having that general character of pleasantness which distinguishes Mrs. Her characters are not subtle, but clear and sharp. To understand them, eyesight, not imagination, is required. There are more classic ways than hers of telling a story; but few are written with less effort to be brilliant at the expense of truth.
Her comedy rarely degenerates into melodrama.
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Her pathos is never overdrawn. She has not confined herself altogether to tales of negro life. The stories of Simpkinsville are of life in an Arkansas village. Stuart lived the greater part of her life among the people and scenes which she describes so well.
She was born in Marksville, Aroyelles Parish, Louisiana, in In she married Mr. Alfred O.
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There too she became acquainted with the country people, whose simple lives and quaint speech are recorded in her stories of Arkansas. Among Mrs.
In Mrs. Stuart moved to New York where she lived until her death on May 6th, Stuart's work was appreciated in England. She became a member of the Lyceum Club there in In she was granted an honorary Litt. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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