Volume 39, Number 2, Spring 2007

Table of Contents

From: The Southern Literary Journal

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Entitles: Booker T. Washington's Signs of Play

pp. 1-23
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Contextualizing African American Characters in Glasgow's The Battle-Ground

pp. 24-36
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Radical Romance in the Piedmont: Olive Tilford Dargan's Gastonia Novels

pp. 37-57
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Between Queer Performances: John Kennedy Toole's The Neon Bible and A Confederacy of Dunces

pp. 58-77
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Weeding Out the Recessive Gene: Representations of the Evolving Eugenics Movement in Erskine Caldwell's God's Little Acre

pp. 78-99
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The Prince of Tides as Archetypal Hero Quest

pp. 100-118
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Gardens of Auto Parts: Kingsolver's Merger of American Western Myth and Native American Myth in The Bean Trees

pp. 119-139
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Reviews

Warren in the Spider's Web

pp. 141-147
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Dark Laughter: Humor and Pathos in the Old Southwest

pp. 148-153
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News from Faulkner Country

pp. 154-157
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Inheriting the Renaissance: Three Writers of the Post-War South

pp. 158-161
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