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Spring 2003 Issue, Vol. LVI, No. 2

  • "Reading John Robinson," Harriet Pollack
  • "Queer Welty, Camp Welty," Axel Nissen
  • "Burying Below Sea Level: The Erotics of Sex and Death in The Optimist's Daughter," Dawn Trouard
  • "'How Babies Could Come' and 'How They Could Die': Eudora Welty's Children of the Dark Cradle," Sally Wolff
  • "Sex and the Southern Girl: Eudora Welty's Critical Legacy," Carol Ann Johnston
  • "Playing with Fire: Women's Sexuality and Artistry in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway and Eudora Welty's The Golden Apples," Suzan Harrison
  • "'Untamable Texts': The Art of Georgia O'Keeffe and Eudora Welty," Mae Miller Claxton
  • "Wild Strawberries, Cataracts, and Climbing Roses: Clitoral and Seminal Imagery in The Optimist's Daughter," Rebecca Mark
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