restricted access   Volume 37, Number 2, Spring 2005

Table of Contents

From: The Southern Literary Journal

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Edgar Allan Poe and Elias Canetti: Illuminating the Sources of Terror

pp. 1-16

A Louisiana Swamp Doctoris Diagnosis: Romantic Fatality and the Frontier Roots of Realism

pp. 17-39

The Birth of Tragedy and The Awakening: Influences and Intertextualities

pp. 40-61

Allen Tate and the Metaphysics of Metaphor

pp. 62-80

Reanimating the Trope of the Talking Book in Alice Walkeris "Strong Horse Tea"

pp. 81-102

A Splendor Never Known: Walker Percy and Historic Preservation

pp. 103-118

Knowing Their Place: Three Black Writers and the Postmodern South

pp. 119-139

Book Reviews

Welty's Golden Imagination

pp. 141-144

Boundary-Breaking Courage

pp. 145-151

Southern Obsession, Southern Delight: New Perspectives on Race and Place in Southern Literature

pp. 152-155

Revisiting the South of Southern Playwrights

pp. 156-159