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  Volume 3, Number 2, 1997

Table of Contents

From: Southern Cultures

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Front Porch

pp. 1-4


Rituals of Initiation and Rebellion: Adolescent Responses to Segregation in Southern Autobiography

pp. 5-24


The Store of Joys: Writers Celebrate the North Carolina Museum of Art's Fiftieth Anniversary

p. 25

The Country Child, When Overpraised

pp. 26-31

On Winslow Homer's Weaning the Calf

pp. 32-33

The Resurrection of Christ

pp. 34-37

Thomas Hart Benton and the Thresholds of Expression

pp. 38-42

The Goal of a Realist

pp. 43-46


"An Effort Toward Good Will and Good Wishes": Folk Studies and Howard Odum's Changing View of Race

pp. 47-66


". . . choose this day whom you will serve . . ." —Joshua 24:15

p. 67


The Landscapes of Louis Rémy Mignot A Southern Painter Abroad, and: Louis Rémy Mignot A Southern Painter Abroad (review)

pp. 68-74

Cleanth Brooks and the Rise of Modern Criticism (review)

pp. 75-78

The Confederados Old South Immigrants in Brazil (review)

pp. 79-81

Slavery in North Carolina, 1748-1775 (review)

pp. 82-84

The Times Were Strange and Stirring Methodist Preachers and the Crisis of Emancipation (review)

pp. 84-87

Seasoned by Salt A Historical Album of the Outer Banks (review)

pp. 87-90

Passionate Visions of the American South Self-Taught Artists from 1940 to the Present (review)

pp. 90-95

South Polls


pp. 96-98

Up Beat Down South

"Make Heaven's Portals Ring": Shape-Note Singing

pp. 99-104

Not Forgotten

"A Country Boy Can Survive": Confessions of an Ex-Shitkicker

pp. 105-109

About the Contributors & Editors

pp. 110-111

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