restricted access   Volume 42, Number 2, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Articles

The Awakening and the Great October Storm of 1893

pp. 1-11
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A Return to the Black (W)hole: Mitigating the Trauma of Homelessness in Sutton E. Griggs's Imperium in Imperio

pp. 12-33
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Radicalizing Reunion: Helen Keller's The Story of My Life and Reconciliation Romance

pp. 34-51
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Focusing on the Margins: Light in August and Social Change

pp. 52-72
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Paternal Nightmare: Division and Masculinity in the Restored Edition of A Death in the Family

pp. 73-88
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A Form for Living in the Midst of Loss: Faithful Marriage in the Revisions of Wendell Berry's A Place on Earth

pp. 89-105
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Race and the Tragic Mode in Ernest J. Gaines's A Gathering of Old Men

pp. 106-125
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Reviews

U.S. Southern Cultural Studies in the Obama Era

pp. 126-134
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Those "Marvelous" Women: Rethinking Faulkner's Imaginative Origins

pp. 135-139
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Telling Truths in Faulkner's Fiction

pp. 140-143
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Making the Past: The Politics of Southern Memory

pp. 144-148
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Cataloging Southern Culture at Home and Abroad

pp. 149-152
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 153-155
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