restricted access   Volume 38, Number 2, Spring 2006

Table of Contents

From: The Southern Literary Journal

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Competence, Power, and the Nostalgic Romance of Piloting in Mark Twain's Life on the Mississippi

pp. 1-18
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Jean Toomer's "Kabnis" and the Language of Dreams

pp. 19-39
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The Secret Properties of Southern Regionalism: Gender and Agrarianism in Glasgow's Barren Ground

pp. 40-63
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Intruder in the Past

pp. 64-73
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Speaking the Grotesque: The Short Fiction of Gayl Jones

pp. 74-96
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Disinterring Daddy: Family Linen's Reply to As I Lay Dying

pp. 97-112
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Too Many Cooks: Contested Authority in the Kitchen

pp. 113-130
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Reviews

Toward a New Southern Regionality

pp. 131-137
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The Hybrid South

pp. 138-144
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Challenging the Canon: Other Southern Literary Lives

pp. 145-149
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O'Connor, Percy, and Orthodoxy

pp. 150-152
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Index

Index: Volumes XXXIV-XXXVIII (2001-2006)

pp. 153-169
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