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Winter 2013, 66.1

  • "'It May Be That There is No Place for Any of Us': Homosexuality, Communism, and the Politics of Nostalgia in Capote’s The Grass Harp," Thomas Fahy
  • “Reviewing the South: Lillian Smith, South Today, and the Origins of Literary Canons,” Jordan J. Dominy
  • “‘You Have Even Been to Lady School’: Pierre Bourdieu, Lee Smith, and New Gender Theory for Southern Literature,” Laura Sloan Patterson
  • “‘We’re Just What We Are, Little Manty’: Racial Passing in Robert Penn Warren’s Band of Angels,” Matthew Salyer
  • “‘Too Little to Count as Looking’: Blackness and the Formation of the White Feminine in Eudora Welty’s The Golden Apples,” Laura J. Schrock
  • “Choctaw Homescapes: LeAnne Howe’s Gulf Coast,” Kirstin L. Squint
  • “Ghosts of Southern Imperialism: Caribbean Space, Functions of Fiction, and Thomas Nelson Page’s ‘No Haid Pawn,’” Taylor Hagood

Book Reviews
  • John Lang, Six Poets from the Mountain South, reviewed by Jim Clark
  • Bruce Kawin, Selected Film Essays and Interviews, reviewed by Sarah Gleeson-White
  • Joan Wylie Hall, editor, Conversations with Natasha Trethewey, reviewed by Joseph Millichap
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