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Spring 2007, 60:2

Spring 2007 60:2
  • "Geographic Context and Ethnic Context: Joel Chandler Harris and Alice Walker," Ellen Johnson
  • "Southern Fairy Tales: Katherine Anne Porter's 'The Princess' and Carson McCullers's The Ballad of the Sad CafĂ©'," Ellen Matlok-Ziemann
  • "Ethnic Freaks, White Ladies, and the Dissolution of Southern Patriarchy: Eudora Welty's Critical Commentary on Sideshow Practices in 'Keela, the Outcast Indian Maiden'," Ladislava Khailova
  • "'What Men Dream About Doing': A Conversation with Ernest J. Gaines," Wiley Cash
  • "The Dynamics of Southern Friendship in the Civil War Novels of Augusta Evans and Jeremiah Clemens," Johanna Shields
  • "Beth Henley's 'Sisters of the Winter Madrigal': An Exhumed Treasure," Robert J. Andreach
  • "Warren's Faulkner," Joseph Millichap
  • "Faulkner's Wedding Hymn Again," M. Thomas Inge
  • "Anne Tyler as Social Critic: Inequality, Racism, and Alienation in 'The Geologist's Maid'", Anna Shannon Elfenbein
  • "Plantation Modernism," Matt Cohen
Notes and Documents
  • "Faulkner's Wedding Hymn Again," M. Thomas Inge
Review Essays
  • "Do Not Go Gentle into that Celtic Twilight," Bryan Giemza
  • "'Fox fire in my head, but soggy wood on paper': Harriet Simpson Arnow's Experiments in the Short Story," Gina Herring
Book Review
  • Michael McFee, The Napkin Manuscripts: Selected Essays and an Interview, reviewed by David Radavich
  • Alice Hall Petry, ed., On Harper Lee: Essays and Reflections, reviewed by Barbara Bennett
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