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  Volume 17, Number 3, Fall 2011

Table of Contents

Memory

Front Porch

pp. 1-5
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“Truth is mighty & will eventually prevail”: Political Correctness, Neo-Confederates, and Robert E. Lee

pp. 6-27
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“Personal in My Memory”: The South in Popular Film

pp. 28-38
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Alice Walker on Cold Mountain

pp. 30-31
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Allan Gurganus on Sherman’s March

pp. 31-33
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Randall Kenan on Ode to Billie Joe

pp. 33-34
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Kenneth Turan on They Won’t Forget and I Was A Fugitive From a Chain Gang

p. 34
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Joe Flora on Sweet Bird of Youth

pp. 34-36
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Andrew Garrison on Midnight Cowboy

pp. 36-37
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Elizabeth Spencer on Intruder in the Dust and The Reivers

pp. 37-38
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No Sweat: Memories of Southern Appalachia

pp. 39-47
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Mountain Feminist: Helen Matthews Lewis, Appalachian Studies, and the Long Women’s Movement

pp. 48-65
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Judge Thomas Ruffin and the Shadows of Southern History

pp. 66-89
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Hot Springs, Arkansas

pp. 90-110
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Catfish and Home

pp. 111-115
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“Big Bone Lick,” “Big Talk,” and “Flush”

pp. 116-118
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Contributors

About the Contributors

p. 119
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Research Areas

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