Henry Clay Lewis
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|Henry Clay Lewis|
|Born||Henry Clay Lewis
June 26, 1825
Charleston, South Carolina, United States
|Died||August 5, 1850(aged 25)|
|Genre||Humor, Horror, medicine, historical, slaves.|
Lewis wrote in the style of "Old Southwest Humor" for his only book, Odd Leaves from the Life of a Louisiana Swamp Doctor, which he wrote under the pseudonym Madison Tensas.
- The Mississippi Writers' Page
- Documenting the American South Page
- Mister Ron's Basement podcast Lewis's tale, Being Examined for My Degree, is read in the Mister Ron's Basement podcast.
-  A Struggle for Life - text unabridged
-  More info about the book.
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