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Winter-Spring 2009, 62.1-2

  • "The Black Dispatch: A Window on Ralph Ellison's First World," William Bedford Clark
  • "Talk About the South: Unspeakable Things Unspoken in Zora Neale Hurston's Seraph on the Suwanee," John C. Charles
  • "'The Bear' in Go Down, Moses and Big Woods: Faulkner's (Re)visions for a Deeper Ecology," Matt Low
  • "Paradoxes of the South in Du Bois's The Souls of Black Folk," Robert W. Williams
  • "Robert Penn Warren's Encounter with Thomas Jefferson in Brother To Dragons," Steven D. Ealy
  • "A Usable Past?: Poetry and History in Robert Penn Warren's Brother to Dragons," Gary Grieve-Carlson
  • "'so amiable and good': Hannah Crafts's The Bondwoman's Narrative and its Lineages," R. J. Ellis
  • "'A Piece of the Body Torn Out by the Roots': Failure and Fragmentation in Let Us Now Praise Famous Men," James Andrew Crank
  • "A Newly Discovered Children's Story by Katherine Anne Porter: Foretelling the Mature Canon," Darlene Harbour Unrue
  • "The Spinet and the Coffin: Katherine Anne Porter and the Art of Music," Thomas Austenfeld
  • "Nightmare and Apocalypse in Katherine Anne Porter's Pale Horse, Pale Rider," Jewel Spears Brooker
  • "'No Memory Is Really Faithful': Memory And Myth in Katherine Anne Porter's 'Old Mortality,'" Cheryl D. Coleman
  • "Accessing Blood-knowledge in Katherine Anne Porter's 'The Grave,'" Sarah Robertson
  • "'I shirk not': Domestic Labor, Sex Work, and Warfare in the Poetry of Natasha Trethewey," Joan Wylie Hall
  • "Euphues and the Anatomy of Influence: John Lyly, Harold Bloom, James Olney, and the Construction of John Kennedy Toole's Ignatius," Robert Rudnicki
  • "The Clansman's Race-Based Anti-Imperialist Imperialism," Brook Thomas
  • "Remaking Myth in Yusef Komunyakaa's Talking Dirty to the Gods, Taboo, and Gilgamesh: An Interview," Daniel Cross Turner
Review Essays
  • "Seeing Welty Seeing: Two Books by Pearl McHaney," Michael Kreyling
  • "Interpreting Agee's Life-Long Longing," Victor A. Kramer
Book Review
  • Anya Jabour, Scarlett's Sisters: Young Women in the Old South, reviewed by Mary Maillard
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