Volume 45, Number 2, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Articles

Gone with the Wind and the Trauma of Lost Sovereignty

pp. 1-18
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A Nation of the Continual Present: Timrod, Tennyson, and the Memorialization of the Confederacy

pp. 19-38
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Disability, Reactionary Appropriation, and Strategies of Manipulation in Simms's Woodcraft

pp. 39-56
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Syncopated Communities: Dancing with Ellison

pp. 57-71
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The Unrevealed in Flannery O'Connor's "Revelation"

pp. 72-89
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"Passion Before We Die": James Dickey and Keats

pp. 90-102
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The Intertextual Suttree: Walker Percy, Cummings, and Community

pp. 103-120
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Reviews

Redefining the African American Canon Writer by Writer

pp. 121-125
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Sons and Writers

pp. 126-130
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Charting Authors, Mapping Readers

pp. 131-135
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The Artist and the Intellectual: Cultural Ambiguities in the American South

pp. 136-140
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Contributors

pp. 141-143
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