1. Outside Within: Growing Up Gay in the South
  2. Jonathan Alexander
  3. pp. 10-22
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  1. Beyond the Big House: Southern Girlhoods in Louise Clarke Pyrnelle’s Diddie, Dumps, and Tot
  2. Laura Hakala
  3. pp. 23-40
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  1. Preserving Southern Culture: Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings’s The Yearling
  2. Anita Tarr
  3. pp. 42-61
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  1. Alabama Bound: Reading Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird While Southern
  2. Jan Susina
  3. pp. 62-74
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  1. Lost Childhood in Southern Literature
  2. Paula Gallant Eckard
  3. pp. 75-93
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  1. Struggles for Life, Liberty, and Land: Appalachian Mining Communities in Children’s Literature*
  2. Tina L. Hanlon
  3. pp. 94-113
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  1. Lessons at the Southern Table: Childhood and Food in Dori Sanders’s Clover
  2. Joanne Joy
  3. pp. 114-125
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  1. Childhood in the New South as Reflected in Children’s Literature*: A Forum Featuring Lorinda B. Cohoon, Martha Hixon, Dianne Johnson-Feelings, Kenneth Kidd, Jennifer M. Miskec, Anita W. Moss, Claudia Nelson, M. Tyler Sasser, and Laureen Tedesco
  2. Mark I. West
  3. pp. 126-150
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  1. Southern Children’s Literature and the de Grummond Collection: An Interview with Ellen Ruffin
  2. Eric L. Tribunella
  3. pp. 151-163
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  1. Hearts and Minds: How the Doll Test Opened Schoolhouse Doors
  2. Carole Boston Weatherford
  3. pp. 164-168
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  1. A Southern Story-Teller: Carole Boston Weatherford
  2. Joli Barham McClelland
  3. pp. 169-173
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  1. Speaking as a Southern Picture Book Author: An Interview with Gail E. Haley
  2. Valerie Bright
  3. pp. 174-179
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  1. Guest Editor’s Introduction
  2. Mark I. West
  3. pp. 5-9
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 180-181
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