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  Volume 44, Number 2, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Articles

“Awakening a Dormant Appetite”: Captain McBane, Convict Labor, and Charles Chesnutt’s The Marrow of Tradition

pp. 1-18
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Regional Insularity and Aesthetic Isolationism: Ellen Glasgow’s The Builders and the First World War

pp. 19-37
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Returning to Faulkner’s “Two Soldiers”

pp. 38-50
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Lillian Smith, Cold War Intellectual

pp. 51-68
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“A Moral Intelligence”: Mental Disability and Eugenic Resistance in Welty’s “Lily Daw and the Three Ladies” and O’Connor’s “The Life You Save May Be Your Own”

pp. 69-87
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Fyodor Dostoevsky, Walker Percy and the Demonic Self

pp. 88-107
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Inside Agitators: Civil Writes in Mississippi: Jack Butler’s Jujitsu for Christ

pp. 108-121
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Terrance Hayes and Natasha Trethewey: Contemporary Black Chroniclers of the Imagined South

pp. 122-135
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Reviews

African American Literary Criticism and a Promised Land of Possibility in the Twenty-first Century

pp. 136-144
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Imagining Jim Crow

pp. 145-149
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“Last Night Train”: Warren Criticism Departs the 20th Century

pp. 150-154
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Faulkner: Recovering the Past and Reconsidering the Present

pp. 155-158
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 159-161
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Research Areas

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