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Winter-Spring 2010, 63.1-2

  • "Othered Southern Modernism: Arna Bontemps's Black Thunder," Jill LeRoy-Frazier
  • "'Just like Mister Jim': Class Transformation from Cracker to Aristocrat in Hurston's Seraph on the Suwanee," Adrienne Akins
  • "History, Mothering, and Manhood in Mary Lee Settle's The Beulah Quintet," Wendy Pearce Miller
  • "Desire and Materiality in Ellen Glasgow's Barren Ground," Shawn E. Miller
  • "Southwest Toward Home: Willie Morris as Perennial Outsider, Texas as Transitional Space," Matthew Luter
  • "The Critical Voice and the Narrative Voice: Robert Penn Warren's Essay on Coleridge and All the King's Men," Gwen Le Cor
  • "Ancient Wisdom versus Material Progress in William Gilmore Simms's 'The Hunter of the Calawassee,'" Doreen Thierauf
  • "Cultural Contradictions in the South ," Angela Hattery and Earl Smith
  • "Southern Baptist Zen," Jack Butler
  • "New Orleans and Its Writers: Burdens of Place," Thomas Bonner, Jr.
  • "Valerie Martin's Property and the Failure of the Lesbian Counterplot," Amy K. King
  • "Unimaginable Acts Imagined: Fathers, Family Myth, and the Postmodern Crisis of Paternal Authority in Toni Morrison's Love," James M. Mellard
  • "Female Gothic Fiction, Grotesque Realities, and Bastard Out of Carolina: Dorothy Allison Revises the Southern Gothic," Peggy Dunn Bailey
  • "'Something to Feel About': Zora Neale Hurston and Julia Peterkin in African Town," Susan Millar Williams
  • "Lesbian and Heterosexual Duality in Kate Chopin's 'Lilacs,'" Mariko Utsu
  • "Audubon Landscapes in the South," Michael K. Steinberg
  • "Interview with David Payne," Betina Entzminger
Review Essay
  • "Black Enough? White Enough?: Liminal Space in Southern Fiction," Joseph M. Flora
Book Reviews
  • Robert Morgan, Boone: A Biography, reviewed by Matthew Rainbow Hale
  • James L. Peacock, Grounded Globalism: How the U.S. South Embraces the World, reviewed by Kirstin L. Squint
  • Edwin T. Arnold, What Virtue There is in Fire: Cultural Memory and the Lynching of Sam Hose," reviewed by Hugh Ruppersburg
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