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Summer 2008, 61:3

  • "Introduction: Rebels, Failures, and Curious Folk," Caroline Miles and David Anshen
  • "William Faulkner's Critique of Capitalism: Reading 'Wash' and 'Centaur in Brass' as Stories about Class Struggle," Caroline Miles
  • "Mink Snopes Deals in Post Holes: Countering the Violence of Capital in Faulkner's Snopes Trilogy," Debra MacComb
  • "Labor, Place, and Faulkner's Rincon," Taylor Hagood
  • "Rethinking Rider's Love: The Less-Romantic Logic of Property and Space in 'Pantaloon in Black,'" Benjamin H. Ogden
  • "Vanquished by a Different Set of Rules: Labor vs. Leisure in William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!," Gretchen Martin
  • "Laboring Beneath the Father: The Plantation in Absalom, Absalom!,"Alia C. Y. Pan
  • "Hookwormridden Heirs or Good Stock?: Confronting Social Crisis in Light in August," Jim Neilson and Gregory Meyerson
  • "William Faulkner's Rural Modernism," Jolene Hubbs
  • "Faulkner's "Curious Folk": Estrangement as Critique of Capitalism ," David Anshen
Review Essay
  • "Paradise of the Bozart," Colin D. Pearce
Book Reviews
  • Evan Peacock, Mississippi Archaeology Q & A,, reviewed by James Taylor Carson
  • Greg O'Brien, ed., Pre-removal Choctaw History: Exploring New Paths, reviewed by Kirstin Squint
  • Thomas Wolfe; Matthew J. Bruccoli and Aldo P. Magi, eds. The Magical Campus: University of North Carolina Writings 1917-1920; and Thomas Wolfe; Arlyn Bruccoli and Matthew J. Bruccoli, eds., The Four Lost Men: The Previously Unpublished Long Version, reviewed by Joseph M. Flora
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