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  Volume 46, Number 1, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

ArticleS

Reading Clothes: Literary Dress in William Faulkner and Erskine Caldwell

pp. 1-18
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Boxing Yoknapatawpha: Faulkner, Race, and Popular Front Boxing Narratives

pp. 19-35
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Et Ego in Atlantis: A Possible Source for Quentin Compson’s Suicide

pp. 36-47
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A Good Carpenter: Cash Bundren’s Quest for Balance and Authority

pp. 48-60
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The Multiply Framed Narratives of Ellen Douglas’s Can’t Quit You, Baby

pp. 61-77
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Caroline Gordon’s Ghosts: The Women on the Porch as Southern Gothic Literature

pp. 78-95
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Dennis Covington’s Salvation on Sand Mountain: Descent and Vision in the Southern Memoir

pp. 96-109
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“Clo’es could do de like o’ dat”: Race, Place, and Power in Mark Twain’s The Tragedy of Pudd’nhead Wilson

pp. 110-126
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Reviews

Culture, Memory, and the Legacies of Lynching

pp. 127-131
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Spectral Returns and New Turns in Contemporary American Literature and Criticism

pp. 132-135
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Civil War Literature and Nationalism

pp. 136-139
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All Religions Is Local

pp. 140-143
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Contributors

pp. 144-146
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Research Areas

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