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  Volume 41, Number 2, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Guest Editor for the Wilma Dykeman Section of this Issue: Viki Dasher Rouse

Regular Features

This Magazine

p. 2
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This Issue

p. 8
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A Tribute to Wilma Dykeman

pp. 10-11
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New Book Notes

pp. 87-99
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Illustrations

pp. 7-87
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Contributors to This Issue

pp. 101-103
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The Valley: A Novel Excerpt

pp. 12-17
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Wilma Dykeman: A Biography of “Woods and Words”

pp. 19-26
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The Roles of Wilma Dykeman

pp. 28-33
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Reflections on Growing Up in an Appalachian Writing Family

pp. 35-39
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A Close Look at Wilma Dykeman’s The Tall Woman in Context

pp. 41-47
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James R. Stokely Jr.

pp. 49-52
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The Canner

pp. 54-55
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Mitch Sutton

p. 56
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To One on Her Twenty-Fifth Birthday

p. 57
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The Lesson

p. 58
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Poetry

Portrait of Appalachian Chinese Girls in Their Grandmother’s Garden

pp. 60-61
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Home

p. 71
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Etiquette of the Occasion

p. 82
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A Girl Endures the Poetry Reading

p. 85
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Mountaintop

p. 100
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Coming Home

p. 104
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Fiction

Cell-Life

pp. 62-70
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Daughter with a Star on Her Brow

pp. 73-80
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Book Reviews

A Land More Kind Than Home by Wiley Cash (review)

pp. 83-84
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Research Areas

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