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Winter 2012, 65.1

Special Issue on Southern Roots and Routes

Winter 2012, 65.1

  • "Southern Roots and Routes: Mobility, Migration, and the Literary Imagination," Susan V. Donaldson
  • "Red Crosscurrents: Performative Spaces and Indian Cultural Authority in the Florida Captivity Narrative of Jonathan Dickinson," Eric Gary Anderson
  • "Breaking (and Keeping) Silences: Tricksters in Josephine Humphreys's Nowhere Else on Earth," Rebecca L. Godwin
  • "Mother Tongues and Captive Identities: Celebrating and 'Disappearing' the Gullah/Geechee Coast," Kendra Hamilton
  • "Redrawing the Color Line in Flannery O'Connor's 'The Displaced Person,'" Alan C. Taylor
  • "The Haitian Connection in Connie May Fowler's Sugar Cage," Suzanne W. Jones
  • "Migrating to the 'Broiler Belt': Japanese American Labor and the Jim Crow South in Cynthia Kadohata's Kira-Kira," Frank Cha
  • "Dying Routes: Charles Wrigh''s Remembered Roadscapes of the US South in Transit," Daniel Cross Turner
  • "Historical Realism and Imperialist Nostalgia in Terrence Malick's The New World," Monika Siebert

Review Essay
  • "Catholicism in the South: Center, Margin, Mirror?," Farrell O'Gorman

Book Review
  • John S. Bak, Tennessee Williams: New Selected Essays: Where I Live, reviewed by Bridget Smith Pieschel
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