1. A Demonic Parody: Toni Morrison’s A Mercy
  2. Geneva Cobb Moore
  3. pp. 1-18
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  1. Hellhound on His Trail: Faulknerian Blood-guilt and the Traumatized Form of Lewis Nordan’s Wolf Whistle
  2. Ted Atkinson
  3. pp. 19-36
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  1. “A Coin for a Closed Eye”: Pound’s Influence on Wright’s “Appalachian Book of the Dead”
  2. Joe Moffett
  3. pp. 56-73
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  1. “And every day there is music”: Folksong Roots and the Highway Chain Gang in The Ballad of the Sad Café
  2. Daniel Patrick Barlow
  3. pp. 74-85
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  1. Designing Sutpen: Narrative and Its Relationship to Historical Consciousness in Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom!
  2. Eric Casero
  3. pp. 86-102
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  1. Kate Chopin’s Narrative Techniques and Separate Space in The Awakening
  2. Xianfeng Mou
  3. pp. 103-120
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  1. Our South or Theirs?
  2. Michael O’Brien
  3. pp. 144-150
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  1. Death in Knoxville
  2. David A. Davis
  3. pp. 151-154
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  1. Queering the South: The Plantation as Homotopia
  2. Brandon Gordon
  3. pp. 155-157
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  1. African American Literature and the Nineteenth-Century South
  2. Lori Leavell
  3. pp. 158-162
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 163-165
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