Southern Quarterly 2004 - Abstracts

Southern Quarterly 2004
Approaching community in Carson McCullers's "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter".Regional focus/area studiesMurray, Jennifer
"A whole world of possibilities spinning around her": female adolescence in the contemporary southern fiction of Josephine Humphreys, Jill McCorkle, and Tina Ansa.Regional focus/area studiesTown, Caren J.
Beth Henley's "The Debutante Ball" and the modern neurosis.Regional focus/area studiesPlunka, Gene A.
Betty Bivins Edwards: Food, Ritual and the Southern Experience.Regional focus/area studiesJoiner, Dorothy
Caroline Gordon, Aleck Maury, and the heroic cycle.Regional focus/area studiesMillichap, Joseph
Caroline Miller, 1903-1992.Regional focus/area studiesWright, Emily
Failing fictions: the conflicting and shifting social emphases of Kate Chopin's "local color" stories.Regional focus/area studiesHoltman, Janet
Gail Godwin's message: to those who want wholeness.Regional focus/area studiesMcMullen, Jennifer
Holy Mackerel.(Movie Review)Regional focus/area studiesKellman, Steven G.
"Ineffable Sociabilities": Criss-crossing, game-playing, and sight-seeing with Walker Percy in "His Delta".Regional focus/area studiesRudnicki, Robert W.
Katherine Anne Porter's "Magic": levels of meaning in a neglected masterpiece.Regional focus/area studiesUnrue, Darlene Harbour
Making patriarchy work for you: Jill Conner Browne's Southern, retrofeminist conduct manuals.Regional focus/area studiesHaddox, Thomas F.
Moving into the rooming house: interiority and stage space in Tennessee Williams's Fugitive Kind and Vieux Carre.Regional focus/area studiesO'Connor, Jacqueline
Mythic consciousness, cultural politics: the early novels of Caroline Gordon.Regional focus/area studiesLewis, Nghana Tamu
Narrative and the "gift of vision": The photography of Jack Spencer.Regional focus/area studiesMcDonald, Robert L.
Playing lady and imitating aristocrats: race, class, and money in 'Delta Wedding' and the 'Ponder Heart'.Regional focus/area studiesCostello, Brannon
Sexing the domestic: Eudora Welty's Delta Wedding and the sexology movement.Regional focus/area studiesPatterson, Laura Sloan
"That Evening Sun(g):" blues inscribing black space in white stories.Regional focus/area studiesPeek, Charles A.
"The common humanity that is in us all": toward racial reconciliation in Gaines's 'A Lesson Before Dying'.Regional focus/area studiesPiacentino, Ed
The death of the author: Eudora Welty's canonical status.Regional focus/area studiesFord, Sarah
The South beheld: the influence of James Agee on James Dickey.Regional focus/area studiesMaxwell, Angie
Walking on water.Regional focus/area studiesRuffin, Paul
Will, Appetite, alchemy, Faulkner, and two French poets: Fred Chappell's "The Inkling".Regional focus/area studiesClabough, Casey
William Faulkner's Ibero-American Novel Project: the politics of translation and the Cold War.Regional focus/area studiesCohn, Deborah
Women at war: The Civil War diaries of Floride Clemson and Cornelia Peake McDonald.Regional focus/area studiesJuncker, Clara
"You Ain't Never Caught a Rabbit": Covering and signifyin' in Alice Walkers's "Nineteen Fifty-Five".Regional focus/area studiesMichelsen, David J.
"You would think me far gone in romance": Eliza Lucas Pinckney and fictions of female identity in the colonial South.Regional focus/area studiesBowles, Emily
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