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Summer – Fall, 2006 59:3-4

  • "James B. Meriwether 1928-2007," Thomas L. McHaney, Michael Millgate, Hershel Parker
  • "Combatting Anti-Americanism During the Cold War: Faulkner, the State Department, and Latin America," Deborah Cohn
  • "Mechanization, Materialism, and Modernism in Faulkner's Flags in the Dust," David A. Davis
  • "Snaffles and Derbies: Horseracing and Southern Folk Culture in William Faulkner's The Reivers," Frank Fury
  • "Evolutionary Ideas in Faulkner's Requiem for a Nun," Michael Wainwright
  • "'Moving Again Among the Shades of Tall, Unaxed Trees': Regional Utopias, Railroads, and Metropolitan Miscegenation in Faulkner's Go Down, Moses," Mark T. Decker
  • "Faulkner's Ecological Disturbances," Matthew Wynn Sivils
  • "Diagrams from Sister Bernadette's Barking Dog," Kitty Burns Florey
  • "Out of Eden: The Emergence of Olympia Vernon and Black Woman Love," Sika Aliane Dagbovie and Nghana Lewis
  • "The Ghostly Presence of Evangeline: Faulkner's Exorcism and Revision of the Feminine Ideal," Jennie J. Joiner
  • "Kate Chopin's 'Cavanelle' and The American Jewess: An Impressive Synergy," Michael Tritt
  • "Recovering Southern Identity in Evelyn Scott's Migrations and Escapade," Paul Christian Jones
  • "Trapped Echoes: The Wave and the Collapse of National Community," Wade Newhouse
  • "Hell Comes to Arcady: Racial History and Gothic Memory in Evelyn Scott's Background in Tennessee," Tim Edwards
  • "Erasing Grace: A Revised Conversion Experience in Evelyn Scott's The Gravestones Wept," Caroline Maun
  • "Evelyn Scott's Nonfiction Prose: A Supplemental Bibliography," Paul Christian Jones
  • "A SYMPOSIUM: Jon Smith and Deborah Cohn's Look Away!: The U. S. South in New World Studies," Eiko Owada, Vera M. Kutzinski, María DeGuzmán
Review Essay
  • "After the New Critics: Reading Thomas Wolfe," Joseph M. Flora
Book Reviews
  • Miller Williams, Making a Poem: Some Thoughts about Poetry and the People Who Write It, reviewed by Michael McFee
  • John Lang, editor, Appalachia and Beyond: Conversations with Writers from the Mountain South, reviewed by Jim Clark
  • Donald E. Hardy, Narrating Knowledge in Flannery O'Connor's Fiction, reviewed by Eric Gary Anderson
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