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Winter – Spring, 2006 59:1-2

  • "Portrait of a Friendship: Selected Correspondence Between Carson McCullers and Tennessee Williams," Joyce Durham
  • "Simms and the Sonnet," Matthew Brennan
  • "'The Civilized Uses of Irony': Darwinism, Calvinism, and Motherhood in Ellen Glasgow's Barren Ground," Lisa Hollibaugh
  • "Julia Peterkin's Scarlet Sister Mary: Breath, Birth, Boundaries," Priscilla Leder
  • "Eudora Welty's 'Livvie' and the Visual Arts," Mae Miller Claxton
  • "'But to be released is to tell, to unburden it': Storytelling in Eudora Welty's The Optimist's Daughter," Renae R. Applegate House
  • "Toward the North Star: Eudora Welty's 'A Worn Path' and the Slave Narrative Tradition," Kevin Moberly
  • "Independence Day, 1835: The John A. Murrell Conspiracy and the Lynching of the Vicksburg Gamblers in Literature," Thomas Ruys Smith
  • "Fetching the Old Southwest in Mexico: The Humorous Letters of C. M. Haile," Ed Piacentino
  • "Beginnings and Endings in Flannery O'Connor," André Bleikasten
  • "A. R. Ammons's Comic Strip Glare: Lit(t)erary Musings about Nothing," Lorraine DiCicco
  • "More Than a Snapshot: Allen Tate's Ironic Historical Consciousness in The Fathers," Jeremey Cagle
  • "The Story as Cure in Richard Ford's 'Occidentals'," Brian Duffy
  • "Designs Against Tara: Frances Gaither's The Red Cock Crows and Other Counternarratives to Gone with the Wind, Tim Ryan
  • "Epic Tears: The Dislocation of Meaning in Faulkner's 'The Bear'," Bruce Danner
  • "'Into realms of the semi-celestials': From Mortal to Mythic in The Awakening," Angela Hailey-Gregory
  • "Song from San Francisco: Space, Time, and Character in Eudora Welty's 'Music from Spain'," Matt Huculak
  • "Spencer's Voice at the Back Door and the Legacy of Reconstruction," Sally Greene
Review Essays
  • "Southern Borders, Canonicity, and Southern Writers: A New Biographical Dictionary," Taylor Hagood
  • "The Continuing Radiance of A. R. Ammons," Steven P. Schneider
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