restricted access   Volume 36, Number 1, Fall 2003

Table of Contents

From: The Southern Literary Journal

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Repudiating Faulkner: Race and Responsibility in Ellen Douglas's The Rock Cried Out

pp. 1-20
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"The Conflict is Behind Me Now": Shelby Foote Writes the Civil War

pp. 21-45
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A Peculiarly Southern Form of Ugliness: Eudora Welty, Carson McCullers, and Flannery O'Connor

pp. 46-57
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Interested Parties and Theorems to Prove: Narrative and Identity in Faulkner's Snopes Trilogy

pp. 58-73
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Jean Toomer's Eternal South

pp. 74-89
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Projections and Reflections in Audubon: A Vision

pp. 90-103
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Hot Bodies and "Barbaric Tropics": The U.S. South and New World Natures

pp. 104-120
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New Dominance in the Old Dominion: Steadying William Byrd in The Secret History of the Line

pp. 121-139
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Reviews

New Directions in Southern Women's Literary Historiography

pp. 140-145
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Plenty Ventured, Plenty Gained: African American Literary Scholarship and the New Century

pp. 146-152
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The Trouble with Friendship

pp. 153-156
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The Bible in Black and White

pp. 157-159
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