restricted access   Volume 38, Number 1, Fall 2005

Table of Contents

From: The Southern Literary Journal

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Editors' Note

p. i


Lewis P. Simpson (1916-2005)

pp. 1-2


A Freudian Reading of Harriet Jacobs' Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

pp. 3-20

Race, Power, and Sociability in Alexander Hamilton's Records of the Tuesday Club

pp. 21-42

"A Bird Alive in a Snake's Body": The New Woman of Evelyn Scott's The Narrow House

pp. 43-61

Saving Southern History in Caroline Gordon's Penhally

pp. 62-75

Eudora Welty's Personal Epic: Autobiography, Art, and Classical Myth

pp. 76-90

The Dangerous Poems of Dave Smith

pp. 91-114

Second Chances: Patterns of Failure and Redemption in Tim Gautreaux's Same Place, Same Things

pp. 115-133


Interpreting Faulkner in a Postmodern Age

pp. 135-141

Masculinity and Mourning in Modern African American Criticism

pp. 142-146

Southern Women Writers and the Civil War

pp. 147-150