Memoirs of Hecate County
Memoirs of Hecate County is a work of fiction by Edmund Wilson, first published in 1946, but banned in the United States until 1959, when it was reissued with minor revisions by the author.
Although it is sometimes described as a novel, the only link between the six stories is the narrator.
"The Man Who Shot Snapping Turtles." First published in Atlantic Monthly.
"Ellen Terhune." First published in Partisan Review.
"Glimpses of Wilbur Flick." First published in Town & Country.
"The Princess with the Golden Hair." Novella.
"The Milhollands and Their Damned Soul."
"Mr and Mrs Blackburn at Home."
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