Biography: James Lane Allen (1849-1925) was an American author known for his depiction of the culture and dialects of his native state, Kentucky. Allen was raised in Lexington during the Ante-bellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction periods, and these experiences colored his writing. His best-known work include the novels A Kentucky Cardinal (1894), Aftermath (1895), and The Choir Invisible (1897).

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