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- The Southern Literary Journal
- The University of North Carolina Press
- "The Faithful Gravedigger": The Role of "Innocent" Wash Jones and the Invisible "White Trash" in Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom! Volume 43, Number 1, Fall 2010, pp. 23-38
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This issue contains 13 articles in total
- Interstitial Spaces and the Search for Identity in the "Other" South
- Owning Up: Revisiting Property, Education, and Race in the South
- Before the War, the Rumors
- Two Takes on Faulkner's "Postage Stamp of Native Soil"
- Randall Kenan Beyond the Final Frontier: Science Fiction, Superheroes, and the South in A Visitation of Spirits
- The Plain Style in Southern Poetry
- Quite Contrary: The Cultivation of Self in Mary Mebane's Autobiography
- More Than One Way to (Mis)Read a Mockingbird
- A Patriotic Deus ex Machina in Flannery O'Connor's "The Displaced Person"
- What's Eating Anthony Burns? Dismembering the Bodies That Matter in Tennessee Williams's "Desire and the Black Masseur"
- "The Faithful Gravedigger": The Role of "Innocent" Wash Jones and the Invisible "White Trash" in Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!
- Fear and Desire: Regional Aesthetics and Colonial Desire in Kate Chopin's Portrayals of the Tragic Mulatta Stereotype
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