Washington Irving was America's first internationally acclaimed writer, famous for works like "Rip van Winkle" and "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow." He traveled around the world in his search for stories. Read more about the life and works of Washington Irving.
by Washington Irving, George S. Hellman, and William Peterfield Trent. M.S.G. Haskell House.
Pierre Irving presents the life and works of Washington Irving, from University Press of the Pacific.
Washington Irving was America's first internationally acclaimed author, perhaps most famous for "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," and "Rip van Winkle." After spending 17 years traveling through Europe in search of stories, Irving returned to the states and embarked on a series of nonfiction works, including histories, biographies, and other works.
David Collins offers this biography of one of America's earliest great literary figures, who also served as a diplomat in Spain. Washington Irving: Storyteller for a New Nation
is published by Reynolds, Morgan Incorporated.
by Washington Irving. University of Oklahoma Press. F