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Spring 2013, 66.2

  • “Deftly Mixed: Liminal Identity and the Problem of Knowing in J. McHenry Jones’s Hearts of Gold,” Chad Jewett
  • “Troublesome Comrades: Male Chauvinism and Revolutionary Engagement in Olive Dargan’s Call Home the Heart,” Anna Shannon Elfenbein
  • “‘The Modifying Colours’ of Robert Penn Warren’s Dreams,” Joseph Boyne
  • “Ordinary Genius in Eudora Welty’s ‘No Place for You, My Love,’” Carey Wall
  • “‘Not Even in the Language They Had Invented for Secrets’: Trauma, Memory, and Rewitnessing in Toni Morrison’s Love,” Katrina Harack
  • “The ‘Less Fashionable’ Influence of Max Beerbohm on Flannery O’Connor,” Donald E. Hardy
  • “‘Things Only a Miracle Can Set to Rights’: Reading Flannery O’Connor, Violence, and Ambiguity in William Gay’s ‘The Paperhanger,’” Cedric Gael Bryant
  • “The ‘Eyes of the Strange’: Absalom, Absalom! and Domestic Modernism,” Amanda R. Gradisek
  • The Book of Common Prayer in the Midst of Ransom’s ‘Bells for John Whiteside’s Daughter,’” Ashby Bland Crowder

Book Reviews
  • William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury, reviewed by Lorie Watkins
  • Joseph Kuhn, Allen Tate: A Study in Southern Modernism, reviewed by Robert Dupree
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