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Summer-Fall 2011, 64.3-4

Special Issue on William Faulkner
Roundtable on "A Rose for Emily"

Summer-Fall 2011, 64.3-4

Articles
  • "'Waters of the Fountain Salmacis': Metamorphosis and the Ovidian Subtext in William Faulkner's Sanctuary," Nicole J. Camastra
  • "Faulkner's Cryptic Closet: Forbidden Desire, Disavowal, and the 'Dark House' at the Heart
    of Absalom, Absalom!," Erin Pearson
  • "Rope and Faggot: The Homoerotics of Lynching in William Faulkner's Light in August," Nathan Tipton
  • "Framing Joe Christmas: Vision and Detection in Light in August," Randall Wilhelm
  • "Faulkner's Oblique Presentations of John Browns," David L. Vanderwerken
  • "Lennie Snopes, A Closer Look," Sigrid Hanson Fowler
  • "A Note on Faulkner and The Stagolee/Faust Legends," Jane Isbell Haynes
  • "Miss Emily After Dark," Thomas Robert Argiro
  • "What's in a Hymen?," Richard Godden
  • "All Too Thinkable? Thomas Argiro's 'Miss Emily After Dark,'" John T. Matthews
  • "'Tobe! Show these gentlemen out,'" Donald M. Kartiganer
  • "How Many Black Lovers Had Emily Grierson?," Scott Romine
  • "The Functions of Ambiguity: A Response to 'Miss Emily After Dark,'" Thomas Bonner, Jr.
  • "Eudora Welty: American Artist Abroad and 'The Burning,'" Pearl Amelia McHaney
  • "Eudora Welty's Sleeping Medusa," Don James McLaughlin
  • "Inside/Outside the Tent: Native Americans and African Americans on Display in Eudora Welty's 'Keela, the Outcast Indian Maiden,'" Mae Miller Claxton
  • "Black Snake Moan as Postsouthern Fable," M. Thomas Inge
  • "Claiming the Unclaimable: Forrest Carter, The Education of Little Tree, and Land Claim in the Native South," Gina Caison
Review Essay
  • "New Explorations of Antebellum Southern Humor," Ed Piacentino
  • Book Reviews
    • Maria Hebert-Leiter, Becoming Cajun, Becoming American: The Acadian in American Literature from Longfellow to James Lee Burke, reviewed by Thomas Bonner, Jr.
    • Peggy Whitman Prenshaw, Composing Selves: Southern Women and Autobiography, reviewed by Maureen Ryan
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