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Fall 2003 Issue, Vol. LVI, No. 4

  • "Southern Orientalism: Flannery O'Connor's Cosmopolis," Patricia Yaeger
  • "Rethinking Community: Post-Plantation Literatures in Postmodernity," Leigh Anne Duck
  • "On Reading South in the New World: Whitman, Martí, Glissant, and the Hegelian Dialectic," George B. Handley
  • "Walter Scott, Postcolonial Theory, and New South Literature," Peter Schmidt
  • "Southern Turns," Riché Richardson
  • "Zora Neale Hurston, Richard Wright, and the Postcolonial Gaze," Katherine Henninger
  • "Painting the South with a Northern Eye," Jacqueline Francis
  • "Inventing the Tropical South: Race, Region, and the Colonial Model," Natalie J. Ring
  • "'Disturbing the Calculation': The Narcissistic Arithmetic of Three Southern Writers," Melanie Benson
  • "West Meets East: Nineteenth-Century Southern Dialogues on Mixture, Race, Gender, and Nation," Suzanne Bost
  • "Phantom Limbs," Nicole A. Waligora-Davis
Book Reviews
  • Elinor Ann Walker, Richard Ford, reviewed by Martyn Bone
  • David Mazel, ed., A Century of Early Ecocriticism, reviewed by Michael P. Branch
  • R. Rio-Jelliffe, Obscurity's Myriad Components: The Theory and Practice of William Faulkner, reviewed by John B. Padgett
  • Kenneth Holditch and Richard Freeman Leavitt, Tennessee Williams and the South; Ralph F. Voss, ed., Magical Muse: Millennial Essays on Tennessee Williams; Philip C. Kolin, ed., The Undiscovered Country: The Later Plays of Tennessee Williams, reviewed by Ilka Saal
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