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The Leatherwood god.
William Dean Howells
|Statement||With illus. by Henry Raleigh.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.H84 Le8, PS2025 Le8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||76120773|
Title: The Leatherwood God Author: William Dean Howells Language: English Requirement: *** Install TTS Voice.!!! ***. George A Morrison and Robert S Leatherwood Servants of the Lord. We do testify that the treasure of God’s Holy Spirit, like a bright light, is found in the unadorned clay lanterns of our ordinary lives. The reason for this is to prevent anyone from confusing God’s all surpassing power with us.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 22 cm: Responsibility: With illus. by Henry Raleigh. New York, Century Co., Additional Physical Format: Print version: Howells, William Dean, Leatherwood God. Toronto: W. Briggs, (OCoLC) Material Type.
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The legend of this man from Leatherwood Creek, who convinced the people of Ohio that he is a living god, served as an inspiration to William Dean Howells for one of his last novels which is quite different from the majority of his works.4/5.
"The Leatherwood God" (),based on an actual case, is a novel about a small Ohio village in the s. One day a charismatic stranger,named Joseph Dylks, turns up there. At first he claims to be sent by God, then to actually be God himself.
As unlikely as it seems, about a third of the town believe him and become his followers/5(2). About The Book The author thinks it well to apprise the reader that the historical outline of this story is largely taken from the admirable narrative of Judge Taneyhill in the Ohio Valley Series, Robert Clarke Co Released on: Janu The Leatherwood God (Historical Novel): The Legend of Joseph C.
Dylkes - Story of the incredible messianic figure in the early settlement of the Ohio Country by William Dean Howells, Paperback | Barnes & Noble®Brand: e-artnow.
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The name passed to the settlement, and then it passed to the man, who came and went there in mystery and obloquy, and remained lastingly famed in the annals of the region as the Leatherwood God. At the time he appeared the community had become a center of influence, spiritual as well as material, after a manner unknown to later conditions.
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The Leatherwood god. An account of the appearance and pretensions of Joseph C. Dylks in eastern Ohio in by Taneyhill, R.
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Get this from a library. The Leatherwood god. [William Dean Howells; Henry Raleigh; Century Company.] -- In the calm city of Salesville, Ohio, on a warm August day, shows up a certain man named Joseph Dylkes, claiming that he is the Lord God Himself causing an uproar in the community.
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The Leatherwood God Quotes Showing of 3 “and the characters are all invented as to their psychological evolution, though some are based upon those Cited by: 3.Leatherwood is an interesting, under-used native shrub with small yellow flowers in early spring before leaves emerge.
Light green leaves turn a bright yellow color in autumn. This plant is difficult to find in commercial nurseries.Synopsis Howells narrates the amazing story of Joseph C.
Dylkes, an historical figure of early Ohio, who convinced a backwoods community that he was the living God! The account is enriched with local color and portraits of frontier types. "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title.4/5(19).