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Spring 2012, 65.2

  • "The Necessary Fictions of Charles Chesnutt’s The Colonel’s Dream," Christine A. Wooley
  • "Irish Maternalism and Motherland in Gone with the Wind," Kathryn Stelmach Art
  • "Black, White, and Yellow Fever: Contagious Race in The Mysteries of New Orleans," Sarah Klotz
  • "'The Abandonment of . . . Precious Things': Richard Ford and the Limits of Pragmatism," Ian McGuire  
  • "My Son, You Must Remember: Hiroshima and Nagasaki in William Styron’s Lie Down in Darkness," Virginia Nickles Osborne  
  • "Pulverizing the Idols: Flannery O’Connor’s Battle with Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung," David Z. Wehner  

Review Essay
  • "From Streetcar to Boom!: Tennessee Williams on Screen," Will Brantley

Book Review
  • Benjamin E. Wise, William Alexander Percy: The Curious Life of a Mississippi Planter & Sexual Freethinker, reviewed by Kieran Quinlan  
  • Kelly Gerald, ed., Flannery O’Connor: The Cartoons, reviewed by Joseph M. Flora
  • Elizabeth S. D. Engelhardt, A Mess of Greens: Southern Gender and Southern Food; Laura Sloan Patterson, Stirring the Pot: The Kitchen and Domesticity in the Fiction of Southern Women; reviewed by David A. Davis 
Winter 2016, 69.1, is now available
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