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Index to Volumes 17 to 26

17 (1978-79) - 18 (1979-80) - 19 (1980-81) - 20 (1981-82) - 21 (1982-83)

22 (1983-84) - 23 (1984-85) - 24 (1985-86) - 25 (1986-87) - 26 (1987-88)

 

Vol. 17 1978-79 Back to Top

Adkins, Howard C.1979. "The Historical Geography of Extinct Towns." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 123-152.

Barker, James F. 1979. "Designing for a Sense of Place in Mississippi Small Towns." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 162-178.

Barton, Michael. 1979. "Painful Duties: Art, Character, and Culture in Confederate Letters of Condolence." Vol. 17, no.2, 23-134.

Black, Patti Carr. 1979. "Preserving the Sense of Place: State Policy." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 79-85.

Bodenhamer, David J. 1979. "Images and Impressions of Mississippi and the Sense of Place: Native View/Outside View FORUM I." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 58-61.

Campbell, Will D. 1979. "Staying Home or Leaving." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 14-23.

Cissna, Volney. 1979. "Zoning: A Means of Encouraging and Protecting the Sense of Place." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 89-92.

Clements, William M. 1978. "'Collecting Birdskins': A Role for the Nonfiction Regionalist." Vol. 17, no.1, 5-14.

Downey, James. 1979. "Mississippi Music--That Gospel Sound." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 216-223.

Feeley, Margaret Peller. 1979. "Flannery O'Connor's Wise Blood: The Negative Way." Vol. 17, no.2, 104-122.

Gillespie, Dorothy. 1979. "Overcoming Barriers: The Woman Artist in the South." Vol. 17, no.2, 80-86.

Hales, Graham. 1979. "Preserving, Creating, and Destroying the Sense of Place: Public Policy and Decision Making FORUM II." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 70-71.

Havice, Christine. 1979. "Feminist Art History: A Review Essay." Vol. 17, no.2, 87-94.

_______. 1979. "Optimistic Observations." Vol. 17, no.2, 75-79.

_______. 1979. "The Southeastern Women's Caucus for Art." Vol. 17, no.2, 6-7.

Hederman, Rea S. 1979. "The Newspaper's Role and the Sense of Place." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 118-122.

Hudson, Roy. 1979. "Mississippi: A Native View." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 62-64.

Langer, Sandra L. 1979. "The Sister Chapel: Towards a Feminist Iconography, with Commentary by Ilise Greenstein." Vol. 17, no.2, 28-41.

Lewis, Peirce. 1979. "Defining a Sense of Place." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 24-46.

May, Robert E. 1978. "Gone With the Wind as Southern History: A Reappraisal." Vol. 17, no.1, 51-64.

McCane-O'Connor, Mallory. 1979. "The Squaw as Artist: A Reevaluation." Vol. 17, no.2, 8-15.

_______. 1979. "Women Artists in the Southeast: A North Florida Sampling." Vol. 17, no.2, 69-74.

McClendon, Sarah. 1979. "Mississippi's Image: A View from Washington.'" Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 114-118.

Mealor, W. Theodore, Jr. 1979. "Myths of Mississippi's Rural Landscape: Change and Challenge." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 189-215..

Morris, Willie. 1979. "A Sense of Place and the Americanization of Mississippi." Vol. 17, nos.3-4,3-13.

Palmer Richard H. 1978. "The Aristocratic Motif in the Drama of Russia and the American South." Vol. 17, no.1, 65-88.

Pittman, Paul. 1979. "Change in Mississippi and the Media." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 108-114.

Polson, Margaret R. 1979. "The Feminine Sensibility and Inner Space: Some Thoughts Concerning Jungian Psychology in Art." Vol. 17, no.2, 42-51.

Sallis, Charles. 1979. "Images of Mississippi." Vol. 17, nos. 3-4, 67-69.

Scarborough, William K. "From Prosperity to Poverty: Economic Growth and Change to 1900." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 153-161.

Shewmake, Mitzi. 1979. "Relationships and Images: Two Winston-Salem Artists." Vol. 17, no.2, 16-27.

Simms, L. Moody, Jr. 1978. "Nineteenth Century Virginia Portraiture: Gennaro Persico, James W. Ford, and Louis M. D. Guillaume." Vol. 17, no.1, 15-28.

Skaggs, Merrill Maguire. 1978. "Roots: A New Black Myth." Vol. 17, no.1, 42-50.

Smith, Frank E. 1979. "A Sense of Place for Today and Tomorrow." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 92-102.

Spivey, Ted R. 1978. "Aiken's Eliot: Toward A Revision." Vol. 17, no.1, 29-41.

Stringer, Gary A. 1979. "Mississippi in the Media FORUM II I." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 103-108.

Thorne, Robert. 1979. "Preserving Cultural Resources." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 86-88.

Vandenberg, Laura Lieberman. 1979. "Southern Histories, Contemporary Opinions: Three Atlanta Women Artists." Vol. 17, no.2, 52-68.

Wade, F. John. 1979. "The Development of Mississippi's Economy Since 1950." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 179-188.

Wales, Robert W. 1979. "Environment, A Sense of Place and Public Policy." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 71-79.

Walker, Nancy. 1979. "Feminist or Naturalist: The Social Context of Kate Chopin's The Awakening." Vol. 17, no.2, 95-103.

Williamson, J. W. 1979. "Uninventing Appalachia: A Review Essay." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 230-238.

Young, T. D. 1979. "Mississippi: A Personal View of its Past and a Hope for Its Future." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 47-57.

_______. 1979. "Mississippi: Two Views from the Outside." Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 64-67.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Cliff, Michele, ed. The Winner Names the Age: A Collection of Writings by Lillian Smith (Rose Gladney). Vol. 17, no.2, 139-142.

Cox, Richard. Caroline Durieux: Lithographs of the Thirties and Forties (Elsa Honig Fine). Vol. 17, no.2, 135-137.

Crews, Harry. A Childhood: the Biography of a Place (Tom Graves). Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 239-240.

Delmore, Alton. Truth is Stranger Than Publicity (Bill C. Malone). Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 241-243.

Engle, Gary D. This Grotesque Essence Plays From the American Minstrel Stage (Comer Pound). Vol. 17, no.1, 101-102.

Fadiman, Regina K. Faulkner's "Intruder in the Dust": Novel into Film: The Screenplay by Ben Maddow as Adapted for Film by Clarence Brown (Noel Polk). Vol. 17, no.1, 93-95.

Fine, Elsa Honig, Lola B. Gellman and Judy Loeb, eds. Women's Studies and the Arts (Elizabeth A. Meese). Vol. 17, no.2, 137-139.

Harrington, Evans and Ann J. Abadie, eds. The South and Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha: The Actual and the Apocryphal (Marjorie Smelstor). Vol. 17, no.1, 104-106.

Harwell, Richard Barksdale. The Mint Julep (John Edmond Gonzales). Vol. 17, no.1, 99.

Jeane, Gregory D. and Douglas Clare Purcell. The Architectural Legacy of the Lower Chattahoochee Valley in Alabama and Georgia (Jesse 0. McKee). Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 243-244.

Killorin, Joseph, ed. Selected Letters of Conrad Aiken (Jac Tharpe). Vol. 17, no.1, 102-104.

Marquis, Donald M. In Search of Buddy Bolden: First Man of Jazz (Raoul Jerome). Vol. 17, no.1, 100-101.

Polk, Noel, ed. William Faulkner: The Marionettes (Edwin T. Arnold III). Vol. 17, nos.3-4, 244-246.

Sugg, Hedding S., Jr. A Painter's Psalm: The Mural in Walter Anderson Cottage (Cheryl McAllister Saunders). Vol. 17, no.2, 142-144.

Terrill, Tom E. and Hirsch, Jerrold (eds.), Such As Us: Southern Voices of the Thirties (Marice C. Brown), Vol. 17, no.1, 95-98.

*FILMS REVIEWED

Center for Southern Folklore. Four Women Artists (Kenneth L. Ames). Vol. 17, no.1, 89-92.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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Vol. 18 1979-1980 Back to Top

Bates, Randolph. 1980. "Writing about Percy: Reviews." Vol. 18, no.3, 158-163.

Bendixen, Alfred. 1980. "Cable's The Grandissimes: A Literary Pioneer Confronts the Southern Tradition." Vol. 18, no.4, 23-33.

Berkove, Lawrence. 1980. "The Free Man of Color in The Grandissimes and works by Harris and Twain." Vol. 18, no.4, 60-73.

Bigger, Charles P. 1980. "Walker Percy and the Resonance of the Word." Vol. 18, no.3, 43-54.

Brinkmeyer, Robert H. 1980. "Percy's Bludgeon: Message and Narrative Strategy." Vol. 18, no.3, 80-90.

Brock, Van K. 1979. "Images of Elvis, the South, and America." Vol. 18, no.1, 87-122.

Brown, Jared A. 1980. "The Theater in the South During the American Revolution." Vol. 18, no.2, 44-59.

Bryant, Keith L. 1980. "The Role and Status of the Female Yeomanry in the Antebellum South." Vol. 18, no.2, 73-88.

Burne, Glenn S. 1980. "The Metamorphosis of the Self: A Review Essay." Vol. 18, no.4, 95-98.

Christensen, Jerome C. 1980. "Lancelot: Sign for the Times." Vol. 18, no.3, 107-120.

Clark, William Bedford. 1980. "Humor in Cable's The Grandissimes." Vol. 18, no 4, 51-59.

Cowser, R. L. Jr. 1980. "Alvin Ailey: A Major Force in Contemporary American Dance." Vol. 18, no.2, 32-43.

Curran, Ronald T. 1980. "Biology and Culture: Hollywood and the Deliverance of Dickey's Weekend Backwoodsmen." Vol. 18, no.4, 81-90.

Dale, Corinne. 1980. "Lancelot and the Medieval Quests of Sir Lancelot and Dante." Vol. 18, no.3, 99-106.

Deen, Jeannie 1979. "A Young Girl's Fancy ...," Vol. 18, no.1, 169-172.

Egan, Joseph J. 1980. "Lions Rampant: Agricola Fusilier and Bras-Coupé as Antithetical Doubles in The Grandissimes." Vol. 18, no.4, 74-80.

Eubanks, Cecil L. 1980. "Walker Percy: Eschatology and the Politics of Grace." Vol. 18, no.3, 121-136.

Gann, Daniel H. and Joe Weixlmann 1980. "A Walker Percy Bibliography." Vol. 18, no.3, 137-57.

Gardner, Stephen M., Jr. 1979. (photographer), "The First Goodbye." Vol. 18, no.1, 65-86.

Geist, Christopher D. 1980. "Violence, Passion an Sexual Racism: The Plantation Novel in the 1970s." Vol. 18, no.2, 60-72.

Hammontree, Patsy G. 1979. "Audience Amplitude: The Cultural Phenomenon of Elvis Presley." Vol. 18, no.1, 52-60.

Hardy, John Edward. "Percy and Place: Some Beginnings and Endings." Vol. 18, no.3, 5-15.

Holditch, W. Kenneth. 1980. "The Grandissimes and the French Quarter." Vol. 18, no.4, 34-50.

Johansen, Ruthann K. 1980. "The Sound of Jubilation: Toward an Explication of Agee's Musical Form." Vol. 18, no.2, 18-31.

Kanchanawan, Nitaya. 1979. "Elvis, Thailand, and I." Vol.18, no.1, 163-168.

Kendall, William C. 1979. "And Now Direct to You from Hillbilly Heaven." Vol. 18, no.1, 61-64.

Kirkby, Joan. 1979. "The Memphis Faun: A View from Australia." Vol. 18, no.1, 11-26.

Kissel, Susan S. 1980. "Voices in the Wilderness: The Prophets of O'Connor, Percy, and Powers." Vol. 18, no.3, 91-98.

Lawson, Lewis A. 1980. "Moviegoing in The Moviegoer." Vol. 18, no.3, 26-42.

Malone, Bill C. 1979. "Elvis, Country Music, and the South." Vol. 18, no.1, 123-34.

McRae, Gay. 1979. "Notes of a Fan-atic." Vol. 18, no.1, 173-180.

Middleton, Richard. 1979. "All Shook Up? Innovation and Continuity in Elvis Presley's Vocal Style." Vol. 18, no.1, 151-161.

Pearson, Michael. 1980. "Art as Symbolic Action: Walker Percy's Aesthetic." Vol. 18, no.3, 55-64.

Pratt, Linda Ray. 1979. "Elvis, or the Ironies of a Southern Identity." Vol. 18, no.1, 40-51.

Richardson, Thomas J. 1980. "Honoré Grandissime's Southern Dilemma: Introduction," Vol. 18, no.4, 1-12.

Ringe, Donald A. 1980. "Narrative Voice in Cable's The Grandissimes." Vol. 18, no.4, 13-22.

Rushing, Jane G. 1980. "The Wind: A Review Essay." Vol. 18, no.4, 91-94.

Smelstor, Marjorie. 1980. "Frances Newunan: A Rediscovered Novelist." Vol. 18, no.2, 5-11.

Telotte, J. P. 1980. "Charles Peirce and Walker Percy: From Semiotics to Narrative." Vol. 18, no.3, 65-79.

Tharpe, Jac. 1979. "Will the Real Elvis Presley . . . ?" Vol. 18, no.1, 3-10.

Tucker, Stephen R. 1979. "Visions of Elvis: Changing Perceptions in National Magazines." Vol. 18, no.1, 27-39.

Weixlmann, Joe and Daniel H. Gann. 1980. "A Walker Percy Bibliography." Vol. 18, no.3, 37-57.

Wolfe, Charles. 1979. "Presley and the Gospel Tradition." Vol. 18, no.1, 135-150.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Brown, Marice. Amen, Brother Ben: A Mississippi Collection of Children's Rhymes (Ovid S. Vickers). Vol. 18, no.2, 98-100.

Browne, Ray B. The Alabama Folk Lyric:A Study in the Origins and Media of Dissemination (Marice C. Brown). Vol. 18, no.4, 100-101.

_______. "A Night with the Hants" and Other Alabama Folk Experiences (Marice C. Brown). Vol. 18, no.4, 99-100.

Fishwick, Marshall. Springlore in Virginia (Jac Tharpe). Vol. 18, no.2, 95-98.

Fitzgerald, Sally, ed. The Habit of Being: Letters of Flannery O'Connor (Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr.). Vol. 18, no.2, 92-94.

Gandy, Joan W. and Thomas H. Gandy. Norman's Natchez: An Early Photographer and His Town (Rita DeWitt). Vol. 18, no.2, 94-95.

Liddell, Viola Goode. A Place of Springs (Lee Emling Harding). Vol. 18, no.4, 104-105.

Mullen, Patrick B. I Heard the Old Fishermen Say (Marice C. Brown). Vol. 18, no.4, 103-104.

Newcomb, William W., Jr. German Artist on the Texas Frontier (Glen E. Lich). Vol. 18, no.2, 103-105.

Solomon, Jack and Olivia Solomon. Cracklin Bread and Asfidity: Folk Recipes and Remedies (Marice C. Brown). Vol. 18, no.4, 101-103.

Strandberg, Victor. The Poetic Vision of Robert Penn Warren (Bernetta Quinn). Vol. 18, no.2, 89-91.

Sullivan, Chester. Sullivan's Hollow (Lee Emling Harding). Vol. 18, no.2, 100-101.

Watson, Sterling. Weep No More My Brother, (Robert G. Walker). Vol. 18, no.2, 103-105.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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Vol. 19 1980-1981 Back to Top

Adams, Michael. 1981. "'How Come Everybody Down Here Has Three Names?': Martin Ritt's Southern Films." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 143-155.

Aho, Arnold J. 1980. "Introduction to Technology and Town Form: FORUM." Vol. 19, no.1, 71-73.

Armour, Robert A. 1981. "History Written in Jagged Lightning: Realistic South vs. Romantic South in The Birth of a Nation." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 14-21.

Austin, Wade. 1981. "The Real Beverly Hillbillies." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 83-94.

Barbera, Jack. 1981. "Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 183-197.

Barker, James F. 1980. "Order and Image in the American Small Town" (Introduction), Vol. 19, no.1, 3-7.

Blakely, Edward J., and Ted K. Bradshaw. 1980. "The Impact of Recent Migrants on Economic Development in Small Towns." Vol. 19, no.1, 30-49.

Bradshaw, Ted K., and Edward J. Blakely. 1980. "The Impact of Recent Migrants on Economic Development in Small Towns." Vol. 19, no.1, 30-49.

Broe, Mary Lynn. 1981. "Bohemia Bumps into Calvin: The Deception of Passivity in Lillian Hellman's Drama," Vol. 19, no.2, 26-41.

Buono, Michael J. 1980. "Strategies for Energy Conservation in Small Towns." Vol. 19, no.1, 73-82.

Campbell, Edward D. C. Jr. 1981. "'Burn, Mandingo, Burn': The Plantation System in Film, 1958-1978," Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 107-116.

Chew, Martha. 1981. " Flannery O'Connor's Double-Edged Satire: The Idiot Daughter vs. The Lady PhD.," Vol. 19, no.2, 17-25.

Clinton, Charles A. 1980. "Continuity and Change in a Small Southern Town." Vol. 19, no.1, 62-70.

Craycroft, Robert. "Small Town Public Policy: Strategies for Downtown Revitalization." Vol. 19, no.1, 15-29.

Curran, Trisha. "Gone with the Wind: An American Tragedy." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 47-57.

Davis, Nicholas. "Beulah Land." Vol. 19, no.1, 184-196.

Davis, Thadious M. 1981. "Southern Writers: Notes Toward a Definition of Terms." Vol. 19, no.2, 10-16.

Dean, Michael P. 1980. "Ellen Douglas's Small Towns: Fictional Anchors." Vol. 19, no.1, 161-171.

Ehrlich, Evelyn. 1981. "The Civil War in Early Film: Origin and Development of a Genre." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 70-82.

Fazio, Michael. 1980. "Architectural Preservation in Natchez, Mississippi: A Conception of Time and Place." Vol. 19, no.1, 136-149.

Fine, Elsa Honig. 1981. "Southern Support of the Visual Arts: Focusing on Women" Vol. 19, no.2, 1-9.

Folks, Jeffrey J. 1981. "William Faulkner and the Silent Film." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 171-182.

Ford, Robert M. 1980. "Vision to Reality: How to Achieve Architectural Quality in Small Towns," Vol. 19, no.1, 82-94.

French, Warren. 1981. "'The Southern': Another Lost Cause?" (Introduction). Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 3-13.

Jeffrey, David K., and Donald R. Noble. 1981. "Harry Crews: An Interview." Vol. 19, no.2, 65-79.

Jeter, Ida. 1981. "Jezebel and the Emergence of the Hollywood Tradition of a Decadent South." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 31-46.

Keller, John W., and Ray B. Weisenburger. 1980. "Adversity and Change in Small Town and Rural Area Planning: State and Local Management Responses in Kansas." Vol. 19, no.1, 50-61.

Kindem, Gorham. 1981. "Southern Exposure: Kudzu and It's Grits." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 199-206.

Lee, David D. 1981. "Appalachia on Film: The Making of Sergeant York." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 207-221.

Lyndon, Donlyn. 1980. "Order, Investment and Appropriation." Vol. 19, no.1, 8-13.

Maland, Charles."Agee: A Film." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 225-228.

Murray, Ronald. 1980. "Tradition and Continuity in Architecture: Toward a More Rational and Democratic nvironmental Process," Vol. 19, no.1, 95-103.

Noble, Donald R., and David K. Jeffrey. 1981. "Harry Crews: An Interview." Vol. 19, no.2, 65-79.

Norden, Martin F. 1981. "Business and Love in the Post-Reconstruction South: Warner Brothers' Bright Leaf." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 95-106.

O'Donnell, Victoria. 1981. "The Southern Woman as Time-Binder in Film." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 156-162.

Phillips, Robert L. 1980. "Shelby Foote's Bristol in 'Child by Fever'." Vol. 19, no.1, 172-183.

Plecki, Gerard. 1981. "The South in the Films of Robert Altman." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 134-142.

Schroeder, Fred E. H. 1980. "Types of American Small Towns and How to Read Them." Vol. 19, no.1, 104-135.

Schuth, Wayne. 1981. "The Image of New Orleans on Film," Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 240-245.

Silverman, Joan L. 1981. "The Birth of a Nation: Prohibition Propaganda." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 23-30.

Skaggs, Merrill Maguire. 1981. "Poe's Longing for a Bicameral Mind." Vol. 19, no.2, 54-64..

Spears, Ross. 1981. "Regional Filmmaking: The James Agee Film Project." Vol. 19, nos. 3-4, 223-225.

Stephens, Lenora Clodfelter. 1981. "Black Women in Film." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 164-170.

Stephenson, William. 1981. "Fawn Bites Lion: Or, How MGM Tried to Film The Yearling in Florida," Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 229-239.

Teague, Frances. 1981. "The Alabama Shakespeare Festival." Vol. 19, no.2, 43-53.

Telotte, J. P. 1981. "The Human Landscape of John Ford's South." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 117-133.

Wegner, Hart. 1981. "A Chronicle of Soil, Seasons and Weather: Jean Renoir's The Southerner." Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 58-69.

Wells, Gerald K. 1980. "The Small Town Editor: Guardian of Respectability." Vol. 19, no.1, 150-160.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Davenport, Guy. DaVinci's Bicycle: Ten Stories (Elizabeth Inness-Brown). Vol. 19, no.2, 86-89.

Dawidoff, Robert. The Education of John Randolph (Neil R. McMillen). Vol. 19, no.2, 84-86.

Falk, Signi. Tennessee Williams (Albert E. Kalson). Vol. 19, no.2, 81-84.

Hirsch, Foster. A Portrait of the Artist: The Plays of Tennessee Williams (Albert E. Kalson). Vol. 19, no.2, 81-84.

King, Richard H. A Southern Renaissance: The Cultral Awakening of the American South, 1935-1955 (Peggy Whitman Prenshaw). Vol. 19, no.2, 80-81.

Londre, Felicia Hardison. Tennessee Williams (Albert E. Kalson). Vol. 19, no.2, 81-84.

MacKethan, Lucinda Hardwick. The Dream of Arcady: Place and Time in Southern Literature (Laurie Brown). Vol. 19, no.2, 90.

Toole, John Kennedy. A Confederacy of Dunces (Cheryl McAllister Saunders). Vol. 19, no.2, 89-90.

*FILMS REVIEWED

Spears, Ross. Agee: A Film (Charles Maland). Vol. 19, nos.3-4, 225-228.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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Vol. 20 1981-1982 Back to Top

Bonner, Judith Hopkins. "George David Coulon: A Nineteenth Century French Louisiana Painter." Vol. 20, no.2, 41-61.

Bonner, Thomas, Jr. "Christianity and Catholicism in the Fiction of Kate Chopin." Vol. 20, no.2, 118-125.

Brinkmeyer, Robert H., Jr. "Wasted Talent, Wasted Art: The Literary Career of Jean Toomer." Vol. 20, no.1, 75-84.

Cizek, Eugene D. "The Creole Architecture of Nineteenth Century New Orleans." Vol. 20, no.2, 62-86.

Cowser, R. L., Jr. "Kingfish of American Opera: An Interview with Carlisle Floyd." Vol. 20, no.3, 5-18.

DeBord, Larry W. and Gary L. Long. "Harry Crews on the American Dream." Vol. 20, no.3, 35-53.

DeMetz, Kaye. "Minstrel Dancing in New Orleans' Nineteenth Century Theaters." Vol. 20, no.2, 28-40.

Devlin, Albert, J. "Jackson's Welty." Vol. 20, no.4, 54-91.

Ehlers, Leigh A. "'An Environment Remembered': Setting in the Novels of Frances Parkinson Keyes." Vol. 20, no.3, 54-65.

Evans, Elizabeth. "Eudora Welty: The Metaphor of Music." Vol. 20, no.4, 92-100.

Guillaume, Alfred J., Jr. "Love, Death, and Faith in the New Orleans Poets of Color." Vol. 20, no.2, 126-144.

Holditch, W. Kenneth. "The Singing Heart: A Study of the Life and Work of Pearl Rivers." Vol. 20, no.2, 84-117.

Idol, John L., Jr. "Edna Earle Ponder's Good Country People." Vol. 20, no.3, 66-75.

Ilacqua, Alma A. "Paul Green--In Memoriam: A Bibliography and Profile." Vol. 20, no.3, 76-87.

Kreyling, Michael. "Modernism in Welty's A Curtain of Green and Other Stories." Vol. 20, no.4, 40-53.

McDonald, W. U., Jr. "An Unworn Path: Bibliographical and Textual Scholarship on Eudora Welty." Vol. 20, no.4, 101-108.

McDowell, Peggy. "New Orleans Cemeteries: Architectural Styles and Influences." Vol. 20, no.2, 9-27.

Miller, Terry E. "Old Time Shape-Note Singing Schools in Eastern Kentucky." Vol. 20, no.1, 35-45.

Ninkovich, Frank A. "The New Criticism and Cold War America." Vol. 20, no.1, 1-24.

Pyron, Darden Asbury. " Margaret Mitchell: First or Nothing." Vol. 20, no.3, 19-34.

Reinecke, George. "Alfred Mercier, French Novelist of New Orleans." Vol. 20, no.2, 145-176.

Salley, Coleen Cole. "Nineteenth Century New Orleans in Books." Vol. 20, no.2, 177-185.

Tharpe, Jac. "Interview with Erskine Caldwell." Vol. 20, no.1, 64-74.

Van Noppen, Martha. "A Conversation with Eudora Welty." Vol. 20, no.4, 7-23.

Vande Kieft, Ruth M. "Eudora Welty: The Question of Meaning." Vol. 20, no.4, 24-39.

Watson, James G. "Literary Self-Criticism: Faulkner in Fiction on Fiction." Vol. 20, no.1, 46-63.

Wills, J. Robert. "Prevailing Shadows: The Plays of Lee Pennington." Vol. 20, no.1, 25-34.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Andrews, William L. The Literary Career of Charles W. Chesnutt (Robert Hemenway). Vol. 20, no.3, 90-92.

Blanchard, Kendall. Choctaws at Play: The Serious Side of Leisure (Marice C. Brown). Vol. 20, no.4, 114-15.

Claudel, Calvin Andre. Fools and Rascals (Louisiana Folktales) (Edward C. Lynskey). Vol. 20, no.3, 94-95.

Fontenay, Charles L. Estes Kefauver: A Biography (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 20, no.3, 95-96.

Fowler, Doreen and Ann J. Abadie. A Cosmos of My Own: Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha 1980 (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 20, no.4, 110-111.

Frady, Marshall. Billy Graham: A Parable of American Righteousness (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 20, no.1, 89-91.

_______. Southerners: A Journalist's Odyssey (Laurie Brown). Vol. 20, no.1, 91-92.

Hallowell, Christopher. People of the Bayou: Cajun Life in Lost America (Marice C. Brown). Vol. 20, no.3, 92-94.

Harper, Francis and Delma E. Presley. Okefinokee Album (Marice C. Brown). Vol. 20, no.3, 92-94.

Hosmer, Charles B. Preservation Comes of Age: From Williamsburg to the National Trust, 1926-1949 (Warren French). Vol. 20, no.3, 88-90.

Loveland, Anne C. Southern Evangelicals and the Social Order: 1800-1860. (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 20, no.1, 89.

Matthews, John T. The Play of Faulkner's Language (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 20, no.4, 111.

McDowell, Margaret B. Carson McCullers (Martha Chew). Vol. 20, no.1, 87-88.

McKenzie, Barbara. Flannery O'Connor's Georgia (Martha Chew). Vol. 20, no.1, 86-87.

Mitchell, Curtis. Billy Graham: Saint or Sinner (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 20, no.1, 89-91.

Lopez, Enrique Hank. Conversations with Katherine Anne Porter: Refugee from Indian Creek (Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr.). Vol. 20, no.4, 109-10.

Paludan, Phillip Shaw. Victims: A True Story of the Civil War (David J. Bodenhamer). Vol. 20, no.4, 113-114.

Pilkington, John. The Heart of Yoknapatawpha (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 20, no.4, 111-112.

Rutledge, Anna Wells. Artists in the Life of Charleston: Through Colony and State from Restoration and Reconstruction (Cheryl McAllister Saunders). Vol. 20, no.4, 115-116.

Schloss, Carol. Flannery O'Connor's Dark Comedies: The Limits of Inference (Martha Chew). Vol. 20, no.1, 85-86.

Smith, Timothy L. Revivalism and Social Reform: American Protestantism on the Eve of the Civil War (Mark Royden Winchell) Vol. 20, no.1, 88-89.

Sugg, Redding S., Jr., ed. Walter Anderson's Illustrations of Epic and Voyage (George Snyder). Vol. 20, no.1, 92-93.

Turner, Arlin, ed. Critical Essays on George W. Cable (Thomas J. Richardson). Vol. 20, no.4, 112-113.

Wells, Dean Faulkner and Hunter Cole, eds. Mississippi Heroes (Marice C. Brown). Vol. 20, no.3, 92-94.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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Anderson, Carl L. 1983. "Hedda Gabler as Musical Drama: Robert Ward's Claudia LeGare." Vol. 21, no.3, 44-56.

Betts, Doris. 1983. "The Fiction of Anne Tyler." Vol. 21, no.4, 23-37.

Brown, Laurie L. 1983. "Interviews with Seven Contemporary Writers." Vol. 21, no.4, 3-22.

Bryant, Earle V. 1983. "Sexual Initiation and Survival in Richard Wright's The Long Dream," Vol. 21, no.3, 57-66.

Butscher, Edward. 1982. "Conrad Aiken's Short Fiction: The Poet's Story." Vol. 21, no.1, 99-118.

Davis, Thadious M. 1983. "Alice Walker's Celebration of Self in Southern Generations." Vol. 21, no.4, 39-53.

Ferguson, Mary Anne. 1983. "Doris Betts, Heading West: A Review Essay," Vol. 21, no.2, 68-76.

_______. 1983. "Lisa Alther: The Irony of Return?" Vol. 21, no.4, 103-115.

Fishwick, Marshall W. 1983. "Where Are Uncle Remus and John Henry?," Vol. 21, no.2, 32-38.

Free, William, J. 1983. "Camp Elements in the Plays of Tennessee Williams." Vol. 21, no.2, 16-23.

Jeffrey, David K. and Noble, Donald R. 1983. "Madison Jones: An Interview." Vol. 21, no.3, 5-26.

Malin, Irving. 1982. "Introduction: Aiken Reflections." Vol. 21, no.1, 3-6.

Manning, Carol S. 1983. "Ellen Douglas: Moralist and Realist." Vol. 21, no.4, 117-134.

Manning, Carol S. 1983. "Little Girls and Sidewalks: Glasgow and Welty on Childhood's Promise." Vol. 21, no.3, 67-76.

Olson, Steven E. 1982. "Great Circle: Conrad Aiken's Autoplastic Journey into Childhood." Vol. 21, no.1, 38-63.

Otto, John Solomon and Augustus M. Burns. 1983. "'Tough Times': Downhome Blues Recordings as Folk History." Vol. 21, no.3, 5-26.

Petry, Alice Hall. 1983. "The Common Doom: Thorpe's 'The Big Bear of Arkansas.'" Vol. 21, no.2, 24-31.

Phillips, Robert. 1982. "A Postlude for Aiken." Vol. 21, no.1, 7-8.

Pinsker, Sanford. 1982. "The Artist and the Art Novel: A Reappraisal of Conrad Aiken's Blue Voyage." Vol. 21, no.1, 28-37.

Rhodes, Carolyn. 1983. "Gail Godwin and the Ideal of Southern Womanhood." Vol. 21, no.4, 55-66.

Robillard, Douglas. 1982. "Conrad Aiken and the Supernatural." Vol. 21, no.1, 119-131.

Rohrberger, Mary. 1983. "Shirley Ann Grau and the Short Story." Vol. 21, no.4, 83-101.

Rountree, Mary Martin. 1982. "Conrad Aiken's Fiction: 'An Inordinate and Copious Lyric.'" Vol. 21, no.1, 9-27.

Saunders, Cheryl McAllister. 1983. "Checklist of Sources." [Contemporary Southern Women Writers], Vol. 21, no.4, 135-142.

Simms, L. Moody Jr. 1983. "Toward Norms: The Fine Arts in the American South, 1900-1960." Vol. 21, no.2, 39-67.

Skaggs, Merrill Maguire. 1983. "Eating the Moment Absolutely Up: The Fiction of Beverly Lowry." Vol. 21, no.4, 67-82.

_______. 1983. "Story and Film of 'Barn Burning': The Difference a Camera Makes." Vol. 21, no.2, 5-15.

Spivey, Ted R. 1982. "Conrad Aiken and the Life of Reason." Vol. 21, no.1, 148-157.

Story, Nancy Ciucevich. 1982. "Conrad Aiken: A Functional Basis for Poetry and Criticism." Vol. 21, no.1, 132-147.

Voelker, Joseph C. 1982. "'A Collideorscape!': Sigmund Freud, Malcolm Lowry, and the Aesthetics of Conrad Aiken's A Heart for the Gods of Mexico." Vol. 21, no.1, 64-81.

Wheeler, James L. 1982. "The Ushant Dream of Conrad Aiken." Vol. 21, no.1, 82-98.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Campbell, Edward D. C., Jr. The Celluloid South: Hollywood and the Southern Myth (Warren French). Vol. 21, no.2, 79-81.

Gleason, David King. Plantation homes of Louisiana and the Natchez Area (Margaret Jones Bolsterli). Vol. 21, no.3, 77-78.

Havard, William C. and Walter Sullivan, eds. A Band of Prophets: The Vanderbilt Agrarians After Fifty Years (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 21, no.3, 79-80.

Hollingsworth, Jane, ed. Hollingsworth: The Man, The Artist, and His Work (Judith H. Bonner). Vol. 21, no.2, 84-85.

Jones, Anne Goodwyn. Tomorrow is Another Day: The Woman Writer in the South, 1859-1936 (Carol S. Manning). Vol. 21, no.3, 80-81.

Jones, John Griffin, ed. Mississippi Writers Talking: Interviews by John Griffin Jones (Linda E. McDaniel). Vol. 21, no.3, 78-79.

Jordan, Terry G. Texas Graveyards: A Cultural Legacy (Glen E. Lich). Vol. 21, no.2, 86-87

Livingston, Jane and John Beardsley. Black Folk Art in America, 1930-1980 (Jerry W. Ward, Jr.). Vol. 21, no.2, 82-83.

Patrick, James. Architecture in Tennessee, 1768-1897 (Margaret Jones Bolsterli). Vol. 21, no.3, 77.

Porterfield, Nolan. Jimmie Rodgers: The Life and Times of America's Blue Yodeler (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 21, no.2, 77-79.

Slavick, William H. DuBose Heyward (Victor A. Kramer). Vol. 21, no.3, 82-83.

Smith, Margaret Denton and Mary Louise Tucker. Photography in NewOrleans: The Early Years, 1840-1865 (Rita DeWitt), Vol. 21, no.2, 81-82.

Steinfeldt, Cecilia. Texas Folk Art: One Hundred and Fifty Years of the Southwestern Tradition (Glen E. Lich). Vol. 21, no.2, 85-86.

Thompson, Rose and Charles Beaumont, eds. Hush, Child! Can't You Hear the Music? (Jerry W. Ward, Jr.). Vol. 21, no.2, 83-84.

Tosches, Nick. Hellfire: The Jerry Lee Lewis Story (Mark Royden Winchell). no.2, 77-79.

Williams, Roger M. Sing A Sad Song: The Life of Hank Williams (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 21, no.2, 77-79.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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Vol. 22 1983-1984 Back to Top

Austin, Wade. 1984. "Hollywood Barn Dance: A Brief Survey of Country Music in Films." Vol. 22, no.3, 111-123.

Bargainnier Earl F. 1984. "Red Rock: A Reappraisal." Vol. 22, no.2, 44-53.

Bolsterli, Margaret Jones. 1983. "The Androgynous, Bi-racial Vision of Berry Morgan." Vol. 22, no.1, 47-60.

Bufwack, Mary. 1984. "The Feminist Sensibility in Post-War Country Music." Vol. 22, no.3, 135-144.

Chew, Martha. 1983. "Rita Mae Brown: Feminist Theorist and Southern Novelist." Vol. 22, no.1, 61-80.

Cornell, Brenda G. 1984. "Faulkner s 'Evangeline': A Preliminary Stage." Vol. 22, no.4, 22-41.

Davis, Lloyd. 1984. "... When Country Wasn't Cool." Vol. 22, no.3, 158-172.

Garner, Anita Miller, and Thompson, Jeanie. 1983. "The Miracle of Realism: The Bid for Self-Knowledge in the Fiction of Ellen Gilchrist." Vol. 22, no.1, 101-114.

Green, Douglas B. 1984. "The Sons of the Pioneers." Vol. 22, no.3, 53-65.

Hahn, H. George. 1984. "Twilight Reflections: The Hold of Victorian Baltimore on Lizette Woodworth Reese and H. L. Mencken." Vol. 22, no.4, 5-21.

Hargrove, Nancy D. 1984. "The Tragicomic Vision of Beth Henley's Drama. " Vol. 22, no.4, 54-70.

_______. 1983. "Youth in Toni Cade Bambara's Gorilla, My Love." Vol. 22, no.1, 81-100.

Jones, Anne Goodwyn. 1983. "The World of Lee Smith." Vol. 22, no.1, 115-139.

Joyner, Nancy Carol. 1983. "Mary Lee Settle's Connections: Class and Clothes in the Beulah Quintet." Vol. 22, no.1, 33-46.

Keenan, Hugh T. 1984. "Twisted Tales: Propaganda in the Tar-Baby Stories," Vol. 22, no.2, 54-69.

Madden, David. 1984. "'The Cruel Radiance of What Is'." Vol. 22, no.2, 5-43.

Mullen, Patrick B. 1984. "Hillbilly Hipsters of the 1950s: The Romance of Rockabilly." Vol. 22, no.3, 79-92.

Oermann, Robert K. 1984. "Mother, Sister, Sweetheart, Pal: Women in Old-Time Country Music." Vol. 22, no.3, 125-134.

Porterfield, Nolan. 1984. "Country Music Discography: Esoteric Art and Humanistic Craft." Vol. 22, no. 3, 15-29.

Prenshaw, Peggy Whitman. 1983. "Mermaids, Angels and Free Women: The Heroines of Elizabeth Spencer's Fiction." Vol. 22, no.1, 13-32.

Preu, Dana McKinnon. 1984. "A Woman of the South: Mattie Syles of Gal Young Un." Vol. 22, no.4, 71-84.

Rosenberg, Neil V. 1984. "Bluegrass, Rock and Roll, and 'Blue Moon of Kentucky'." Vol. 22, no.3, 66-78.

Saunders, Cheryl McAllister. 1983. "Checklist of Sources." [Contemporary Southern Writers: II], Vol. 22, no.1, 140-148.

Schwartz, Lawrence H. 1984. "Publishing William Faulkner: The 1940s." Vol. 22, no.2, 70-92.

Scura, Dorothy M. 1983. "Doris Bett's Nancy Finch: A Heroine for the 1980s." Vol. 22, no.1, 3-12.

Tharpe, Jac L. 1984. "Homemade Soap: The Sudsy Autobios of the Linsey Crowd. " Vol. 22, no.3, 145-157.

Thompson, Jeanie, and Garner, Anita Miller. 1983. "The Miracle of Realism: The Bid for Self-Knowledge in the Fiction of Ellen Gilchrist." Vol. 22, no.1, 101-114.

Townsend, Charles R. "A Brief History of Western Swing." Vol. 22, No. 3, 31-51.

Tucker, Stephen R. 1984. "Progressive Country Music, 1972-1976: Its Impact and Creative Highlights." Vol. 22, no.3, 93-110.

Vesterman, William 1984. "The Motives of Meter in 'Bells for John Whiteside's Daughter." Vol. 22, no.4, 42-53.

Winchell, Mark Royden. 1984. "Introduction: We Were Country." Vol. 22, no.3, 3-14.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Bolsterli, Margaret Jones, ed. Vinegar Pie and Chicken Bread: A Woman's Diary of Life in the Rural South, 1890-1891 (Lee Harding). Vol. 22, no.2, 94-95.

Cruise, Boyd, and Merle Harton. Signor Faranta's Iron Theatre (Ann Demling). Vol. 22, no.4, 86-87.

Davis, Thadious M. Faulkner's Negro: Art and the Southern Context (Thomas L. McHaney). Vol. 22, no.4, 88-89.

Duke, Maurice and Daniel P. Jordan. A Richmond Reader: 1733- 1983 (Barbara J. Griffin). Vol. 22, no.4, 87-88.

Harris, Catherine Kirk. Conrad Aiken: Critical Recognition, 1914- 1981: A Bibliographical Guide (Irving Malin). Vol. 22, no.2, 98.

Justus, James H. The Achievement of Robert Penn Warren (Bernetta Quinn). Vol. 22, no.2, 96-98.

McGuire, James Patrick. Hermann Lungkwitz: Romantic Landscape on the Texas Frontier (Glen E.Lich). Vol. 22, no.4, 85-86.

Ruppershurg, Hugh M. Voice and Eye in Faulkner's Fiction (Thomas L. McHaney). Vol. 22, no.4, 88-89.

Watkins, Floyd C. Then & Now: The Personal Past in the Poetry of Robert Penn Warren (Angela Ball). Vol. 22, no.2, 95-96.

Wolfe, Charles K. Kentucky Country: Folk and Country Music of Kentucky (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 22, no.2, 93-94.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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Vol. 23 1984-1985 Back to Top

Adams, Timothy Dow. 1984. "An Appalachian Directive: Truthful Journeys in Past Titan Rock." Vol. 23, no.1, 90-96.

_______. 1985. "Juxtaposition, Indirection and Blacksnakes in Lou Crabtree's Sweet Hollow: A Review Essay." Vol. 23, no.4, 90-93.

Atteberry, Phillip D. 1985. "Ellen Glasgow and the Sentimental Novel of Virginia." Vol. 23, no.4, 5-14.

Baer, Hans A. 1985. "Black Spiritual Israelites in a Small Southern City: Elements of Protest and Accommodation in Belief and Oratory." Vol. 23, no.3, 103-124.

_______. 1985. "Introduction: An Overview of Ritual, Oratory and Music in Southern Black Religion." Vol. 23, no.3, 5-14.

Barranger, Milly S. 1985. "New Orleans As Theatrical Image in Plays by Tennessee Williams." Vol. 23, no.2, 38-54.

Belsches, Alan T. 1985. "Life Over Death: The Use of Memory in Walker Percy's The Second Coming." Vol. 23, no.4, 37-47.

Bonner, Judith H. 1985. "Art and Artists in the South: A Review Essay," Vol. 23, no.4, 94-98.

French, Warren. 1984. "Blue Note: Where is our Dixieland Epic?" Vol. 23, no.1, 32-39.

Fryer, Sarah. 1985. "'Love Has Passed Along the Way': Passion and Accident in The Sheltered Life." Vol. 23, no.4, 27-36.

Glazier, Stephen D. 1985. "Mourning in the Afro-Baptist Tradition: A Comparative Study of Religion in the American South and Trinidad." Vol. 23, no.3, 141-156.

Goldsmith, Peter. 1985. "Healing and Denominationalism on the Georgia Coast." Vol. 23, no.3, 83-102.

Hall, Caroline Barnard. 1985. "Rites, Masks, Light and the Poet's Craft: An Interview With Peter Cooley." Vol. 23, no.4, 77-89.

Hawkins, E. 0. 1985. "Rosa Millard and Ann Franklin." Vol. 23, no.2, 87-93.

Holditch, W. Kenneth. 1985. "The Last Frontier of Bohemia: Tennessee Williams in New Orleans, 1938- 1983." Vol. 23, no.2, 1-37.

Jones, Eric L. 1985. "Percy's Parousia." Vol. 23, no.4, 48-56.

Leacock, Richard. 1984. "The Making of Louisiana Story." Vol. 23, no.1, 52-58.

Marable, Manning. 1985. "The Black Faith of W. E. B. DuBois: Sociocultural and Political Dimensions of Black Religion." Vol. 23, no.3, 15-33.

Marrs, Suzanne. 1985. "An Annotated Bibliography of the Losing Battles Papers," Vol. 23, no.2, 116-121.

May, John R. 1984. "Louisiana Writers in Film." Vol. 23, no.1, 18-31.

Morton, Mary L. 1985. "Doubling in Flannery O'Connor's Female Characters: Animus and Anima." Vol. 23, no.4, 57-63.

Mott, Donald R. 1984. "Louisiana Filmmaking: A Grassroots Perspective." Vol. 23, no.1, 59-84.

Overton, Betty J. 1985. "Black Women Preachers: A Literary Overview." Vol. 23, no.3, 157-166.

Piacentino, Edward J. 1984. "Laughing Stock: A Review Essay." Vol. 23, no.1, 87-89.

Pizer, Donald. 1985. "The 1920s Fiction of James Branch Cabell: An Essay in Appreciation." Vol. 23, no.2, 55-74.

Riemer, James D. 1985. "The Innovative Fantasies of James Branch Cabell." Vol. 23, no.2, 75-86..

Rosendahl, Patricia. 1984. "New Orleans Own Silent Films." Vol. 23, no.1, 40-46.

Schuth, H. Wayne. 1984. "The Images of Louisiana in Film and Television." Vol. 23, no.1, 5-17.

Seidel, Kathryn Lee. 1985. "The Comic Male: Satire in Ellen Glasgow's Queenborough Trilogy." Vol. 23, no.4, 15-26.

Simpson, Robert. 1985. "The Shout and Shouting in the Slave Religion of the United States." Vol. 23, no.3, 34-48.

Singer, Merrill. 1985. "'Now I Know What the Songs Mean!': Traditional Black Music in a Contemporary Black Sect." Vol. 23, no.3, 125-140.

Smith, Therese. 1985. "Chanted Prayer in Southern Black Churches." Vol. 23, no.3, 70-82.

Starr, Cecile. 1984. "Robert Flaherty's Louisiana Story." Vol. 23, no.1, 47-51.

Thornton, Naoko Fuwa. 1985. "Medusa-Perseus Symbolism in Eudora Welty's The Optimist's Daughter." Vol. 23, no.4, 64-76.

Walker, James Perry. 1985. "Rev. Louis Cole, Black Baptist Circuit Preacher, 1901-1981." Vol. 23, no.3, 49- 69.

Ward, Jerry W., Jr. 1985. "Selected Bibliography for the Study of Southern Black Literature in the Twentieth Century." Vol. 23, no.2, 94-115.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Bradford, M. E. Generations of the Faithful Heart: On the Literature of the South (Mark R. Winchell). Vol. 23, no.2, 123-125.

Brouillette, Al. Pecos to Rio Grande: Interpretations of Far West Texas by Eighteen Artists (Glen E. Lich). Vol. 23, no.2, 125-126.

Burrison, John A. Brothers in Clay: The Story of Georgia Folk Pottery (Paul Grootkerk). Vol. 23, no.4, 99-100.

Cantwell, Robert. Bluegrass Breakdown: The Making of the Old Southern Sound (Frank W Childrey, Jr.). Vol. 23, no.4, 103-105.

Cutrer, Thomas W. Parnassus on the Mississippi: The Southern Review andthe Baton Rouge Literary Community (William Bedford Clark). Vol. 23, no.2, 122-123.

Fiedler, Leslie. What Was Literature?: Class Culture and Mass Society (Mark R. Winchell). Vol. 23, no.2, 123-125.

Lemann, Nicholas. Out of the Forties (Lawrence Jasud). Vol. 23, no.4, 101-103.

Lorenz, Clarissa. Lorelei Two: My Life With Conrad Aiken (Arthur Waterman). Vol. 23, no.2, 126-127.

Morris, Joan Perry and Lee H. Warner, eds. The Photographs of Alvan S.Harper: Tallahassee, 1885-1910 (Lawrence Jasud). Vol. 23, no.4, 100-101.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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Vol. 24 1985-1986 Back to Top

Albright, Alex. 1986. "Sartori Rocky Mount: Kerouac in North Carolina." Vol. 24, no.3, 35-48.

Anderson, Agnes Grinstead. 1985. "Walter Anderson: The Man, the Artist." Vol. 24, nos.1-2, 170-194.

Antoni, Robert. 1986. "Miss Ravenel's Conversion: A Neglected American Novel." Vol. 24, no.3, 58-63.

Bond, Adrienne. 1986. "From Addie Bundren to Pearl Tull: The Secularization of the South." Vol. 24, no.3, 64-73.

Bonner, Judith H. 1985. "Artists' Associations in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans: 1842-1860." Vol. 24, nos.1-2, 119-137.

Burns, G. Frank. 1986. "Art and Society: Stark Young's Theory of Literary Form." Vol. 24, no.4, 55-67.

Byrne, Bev. 1986. "A Return to the Source: Eudora Welty's The Robber Bridegroom and The Optimist's Daughter." Vol. 24, no.3, 74-85.

Chambers, Bruce. 1985. "The Southern Artist and the Civil War." Vol. 24, nos.1-2, 71-94.

Donaldson, Susan V. 1985. "Forsaking the Certainty of Shore: Walter Anderson and the Loneliness of Horn Island." Vol. 24, nos.1-2, 151-169.

Grootkerk, Paul. 1985. "George Ohr: The Biloxi 'Ohr-na-ment'." Vol. 24, nos.1-2, 138-150.

Gutendorf, Vincent F. 1986. "Stark Young: A Critic for All Seasons." Vol. 24, no.4, 41-54.

Hickman, Caroline Mesrobian. 1985. "Perspectives on Art Patronage in the Carolina Low Country to 1825." Vol. 24, nos.1-2, 95-118.

Hoover, Judith D. 1986. "Between Times: 19th Century Values in the 20th Century." Vol. 24, no.3, 49-57.

Makowsky, Veronica A. 1986. "Mothers and Invention in The Street of the Islands." Vol. 24, no.4, 68-79.

Otto, John S. 1986. "'Hillbilly Culture': The Appalachian Mountain Folk in History and Popular Culture." Vol. 24, no.3, 25-34.

Pennington, Estill Curtis. 1985. "The Climate of Taste in the Old South." Vol. 24, nos.1-2, 7-32.

Petersen, Robert C. 1986. "Stark Young--If Not in Memoriam, Certainly in Defense." Vol. 24, no.4, 5-7.

Pilkington, John. 1986. "Stark Young: The Southern Roots." Vol. 24, no.4, 17-40.

Reynolds, R. C. 1986. "Humor, Dreams, and the Human Condition in Preston Jones's A Texas Trilogy'." Vol. 24, no.3, 14-24.

Seidel, Kathryn Lee. 1986. "Seeing the South: Ideology, Vision, and So Red the Rose." Vol. 24, no.4, 80-92.

Severens, Martha R. 1985. "Jeremiah Theus of Charleston: Plagiarist or Pundit?" Vol. 24, nos.1-2, 56-70.

Simmons, Linda Crocker. 1985. "Early Nineteenth-Century Non-academic Painting in Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky and the Carolinas." Vol. 24, nos.1-2, 32-55.

Skaggs, Merrill. 1986. "Submission and Fidelity, Assertion and Surprise: Two 'Southern Woman' Films." Vol. 24, no.3, 5-13.

Snell, Susan. 1986. "'Aristocrat' and 'Commoner': The Professions and Souths of Stark Young and William Faulkner." Vol. 24, no.4, 93-100.

Tintner, Adeline R. 1986. "James's Legendary Letter to Stark Young Surfaces." Vol. 24, no.4, 8-16.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Carlisle, Dolly. Ragged But Right: The Life and Times of George Jones (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 24, no.3, 91-92.

Denisoff R. Serge. Waylon: A Biography (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 24, no.3, 91-92.

Lanning, Jim and Judy Lanning. Texas Cowboys: Memories of the Early Days (Elliot West). Vol. 24, no.3, 88-89.

Malone, Bill C. Southern Music: American Music (Frank W. Childrey, Jr.). Vol. 24, no.3, 89-91.

Pilkington, John. Stark Young (Robert C. Petersen). Vol. 24, no.3, 86-87.

Scobey, Lola. Willie Nelson: Country Outlaw (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 24, no.3, 91-92.

Tribe, Ivan M. Mountaineer Jamboree (Frank W. Childrey, Jr.). Vol. 24, no.3, 89-91.

Wolfe, Charles K. Kentucky Country (Frank W. Childrey, Jr.). Vol. 24, no.3, 89-91.

*FILMS REVIEWED

Spears, Ross, dir. The Electric Valley (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 24, no.3, 92-94.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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Vol. 25 1986-1987 Back to Top

Apter, Andrew. 1987. "Levi Lee at Play with the Audience." Vol. 25, no.4, 99-106.

Austin, Gayle. 1987. "Alice Childress: Black Woman Playwright as Feminist Critic," Vol. 25, no.3, 53-62.

Babb, Valerie. 1987. "Subversion and Repatriation in The Conjure Woman." Vol. 25, no.2, 66-75.

Bakker, Jan. 1987. "Overlooked Progenitors: Independent Women and Southern Renaissance in Augusta Jane Evans Wilson's Macaria: or, Altars of Sacrifice." Vol. 25, no.2, 131-142.

Barranger, Milly S. 1987. "Introduction--Southern Playwrights: A Perspective on Women Writers." Vol. 25, no.3, 5-10.

Barron, Elizabeth A. 1987. "Sayings from the Life and Writings of John O'Neal." Vol. 25. no.4, 65-72.

Barron, Elizabeth A. and Donald R. Mott. 1987. "John O'Neal: An Interview." 1987. Vol. 25. no.4, 75-84.

Bassham, Ben. 1986. "Conrad Wise Chapman: Artist-Soldier of the Orphan Brigade." Vol. 25, no.1, 40-56.

Canfield, John. 1987. "A Conversation with Shirley Ann Grau." Vol. 25, no.2, 39-52.

Carpenter, Barbara. 1987. "The Free Southern Theater Conference: A Valediction Without Mourning." Vol. 25. no.4, 85-97.

Carr, Virginia Spencer. 1987. "Carson McCullers: Novelist Turned Playwright." Vol. 25, no.3, 37-52.

Estes, David C. 1987. "Sut Lovingood at the Camp Meeting: A Practical Joker Among the Backwoods Believers." Vol. 25, no.2, 53-65.

Everding, Robert G. 1987. "Shaw in the Lone Star State: The Evolution of the Houston Shaw Festival." Vol. 25, no.4, 109-119.

Ferris, William. 1986. "The Dogtrot: A Mythic Image in Southern Culture." Vol. 25, no.1, 72-85.

Folks, Jeffrey J. 1987. "Interview with David Madden: On Technique in Fiction." Vol. 25, no.2, 24-38.

French, William W. 1987. "Contemporary Theater in the South: 'Saying What We've got to Say.'" Vol. 25, no.4, 5-23.

French, William W. 1987. "Don Baker and the Theatre that Makes Sense for Southern Appalachia." Vol. 25, no.4, 49-63.

Harbin, Billy J. 1987. "Familial Bonds in the Plays of Beth Henley." Vol. 25, no.3, 81-94.

Hart, Lynda. 1987. "Doing Time: Hunger for Power in Marsha Norman's Plays." Vol. 25, no.3, 67-80.

Holliday, Polly. 1987. "I Remember Alice Childress." Vol. 25, no.3, 63-66.

Holditch, W Kenneth. 1987. "Another Part of the Country: Lillian Hellman as Southern Playwright." Vol. 25, no.3, 11-36.

Hubert, Linda L. 1987. "Humor and Heritage in Sandra Deer's So Long on Lonely Street." Vol. 25, no.3, 106-115.

Jones, Suzanne. 1987. "Place, Perception and Identity in The Awakening." Vol. 25, no.2, 108-119.

Kirschke, Amy. 1987. "The Southern States Art League: A Regionalist Artists' Organization, 1922-1950." Vol. 25, no.2, 1-23.

Kolin, Philip C. 1987. "An Interview with Jane Reid-Petty of New Stage Theatre." Vol. 25, no.4, 39-46.

Magaw, Malcolm 0. 1987. "Certitude, Be Not Proud: Percy's View of Will Barrett's Extended Stay in Ambivalence." Vol. 25, no.2, 76-58.

McDonnell, Lisa J. 1987. "Diverse Similitude: Beth Henley and Marsha Norman." Vol. 25, no.3, 95-105.

Miles, Ellen G. 1986. "Saint-Mémin in the South, 1803-1809." Vol. 25, no.1, 22-39.

Pennington, Estill Curtis. 1987. "The Kentucky-Mississippi Itinerancy: West, Jouett, Bush and Lambdin." Vol. 25, no.1, 3-21.

Poesch, Jessie. 1986. "Will Henry Stevens--Modern Mystic: Beginnings to 1921." Vol. 25, no.1, 57-71.

Robertson, C. Warren. 1987. "Premiere Season at the Wynton M. Blount Cultural Park: The Alabama Shakespeare Festival." Vol. 25, no.4, 25-37.

Sprengnether, Madelon. 1987. "Delta Wedding and the Kore Complex." Vol. 25, no.2, 120-130.

Walsh, Margaret. 1987. "The Enchanted World of The Color Purple." Vol. 25, no.2, 89-101.

Weston, Ruth D. 1987. "Inversion of Patriarchal Mantle Images in Alice Walker's Meridian." Vol. 25, no.2, 102-107.

Williams, Derita Coleman. 1986. "Early Tennessee Furniture." Vol. 25, no.1, 86-102.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Ashdown, Paul, ed. James Agee: Selected Journalism (Kathryn Byrd). Vol. 25, no.2, 143-144.

Beeman, Richard B. The Evolution of the Southern Back Country: A Case Study of Lunenburg County, Virginia, 1746-1832 (Thomas D. Clark). Vol. 25, no.2, 153-154.

Cortner, Richard C. A "Scottsboro" Case in Mississippi: The Supreme Court and Brown v. Mississippi (Neil R. McMillen). Vol. 25, no.2, 152-153.

Durden, Robert E. The Selfinflicted Wound: Southern Politics in the 19th Century (Paul H. Bergeron). Vol. 25, no.2, 151-152.

Grafton, Carl and Anne Permaloff. Big Mules & Branchheads: James E.Folsom and Political Power in Alabama (Dewey W. Grantham). Vol. 25, no.2, 154-157.

Henri, Florette. The Southern Indians and Benjamin Hawkins, 1796-1816 (Patricia Galloway). Vol. 25, no.2, 149-151.

Jordan, Terry G. American Log Buildings: An Old World Heritage (Harold Kirker). Vol. 25, no.2, 144-146.

Kreiswirth, Martin. William Faulkner: The Making of a Novelist (Thomas Daniel Young). Vol. 25, no.2, 148-149.

Patrick, James. Architecture in Tennessee, 1768-1897 (Sam Wilson, Jr.). Vol. 25, no.2, 157-158.

Sims, George E. The Little Man's Big Friend: James E. Folsom in Alabama Politics, 1945-1958 (Dewey W. Grantham). Vol. 25, no.2, 154-157.

Unrue, Darlene Harbour. Truth and Vision in Katherine Anne Porter's Fiction (Jan Nordby Gretlund). Vol. 25, no.2, 146-148.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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Chabot, C. Barry. 1988. "Allen Tate and the Limits of Tradition." Vol. 26, no.3, 50-66.

Crowder, Ashby Bland. 1988. "'Waiting at Dachau': An Interview with Reynolds Price." Vol. 26, no.2, 12-26.

Dixson, Barbara. 1988. "Family Celebration: Portrayals of the Family in Fiction Published in the 1980s by Southern Women." Vol. 26, no.3, 5-14.

Donaldson, Susan V. 1988. "Subverting History:Women and Narrative in Absalom, Absalom!" Vol. 26, no.4, 19-32.

Evans, David. 1988. "Composing Folk Blues for Live Performance and Records." Vol. 26, no.2, 39-50.

Glasgow, Andrew. 1987. "A Search for Alabama Decorative Arts." Vol. 26, no.1, 77-100.

Juncker, Clara. 1988. "Grace King: Feminist, Southern Style." Vol. 26, no.3, 15-30.

Kirschke, Amy. 1988. "The Southern States Art League: A List of Members." Vol. 26, no.2, 51-64.

Kirwin, Liza. 1987. "Documenting Contemporary Southern Self-taught Artists." Vol. 26, no.1, 57-76.

Lipton, Leah. 1987. "Yankee Painters in the South." Vol. 26, no.1, 19-38.

Marks, Paul G. 1987. "James McNeill Whistler's Family Secret: An Arrangement in White and Black." Vol. 26, no.3, 67-76.

Monroe, Barbara. 1988. "Reading Faulknerian Comedy: Humor and Honor in The Hamlet," Vol. 26, no.4, 33-56.

Mott, Donald R. 1988. "Belizaire the Cajun: A Review Essay." Vol. 26, no.2, 65-73.

Pennington, Estill Curtis. 1987. "Plantation Baroque: Ambitious Intent at Kirkwood and Melrose." Vol. 26, no.1, 125-142.

Petry, Alice Hall. 1988. "Carson McCullers's Precocious 'Wunderkind.'" Vol. 26, no.3, 31-39.

Piehl, Charles K. 1987. "A Southern Artist at Home in the North: Robert Gwathmey's Acceptance of His Identity." Vol. 26, no.1, 1-18.

Real, Jere. 1988. "An Interview with Tennessee Williams." Vol. 26, no.3, 40-49.

Sadler, Lynn Veach. 1988. "Reynolds Price and Religion: The Almost Blindingly Lucid' Palpable World." Vol. 26, no.2, 1-11.

_______. 1988. "'Small Calm Pleasures': The Mustians Revisited in Reynolds Price's Good Hearts." Vol. 26, no.4, 5-18.

Seaman, Gerda, and Ellen L. Walker. 1988. "The Robber Bridegroom as a Capitalist Fable." Vol. 26, no.4, 57-68.

Scott, William B., Jr. 1987. "Greek Revival Architecture in Kentucky." Vol. 26, no.1, 101-124.

Stewart, Robert G. 1987. "An Attractive Situation:The Painters Henry Benbridge and James Earl in the South." Vol. 26, no.1, 39-56.

Walker, Ellen L., and Gerda Seaman. 1988. "The Robber Bridegroom as a Capitalist Fable." Vol. 26, no.4, 57-68.

White, Leslie. 1988. "The Function of Popular Culture in Bobbie Ann Mason's Shiloh and Other Stories and In Country." Vol. 26, no.4, 69-79.

Wilhelm, Albert E. 1988. "An Interview with Bobbie Ann Mason." Vol. 26, no.2, 27-38.

Wilson, Austin, 1988. "What it Means to be a Southern Writer in the '80s: A Panel Discussion with Beverly Lowry, Reynolds Price, Elizabeth Spencer and James Whitehead." Vol. 26, no.4, 80-93.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Allen, William Rodney. Walker Percy" A Southern Wayfarer (Veronica A. Makowsky). Vol. 26, no.2, 81-83.

Brasseaux, Carl A. The Founding of New Acadia: The Beginnings of Acadian life in Louisiana 1765-1813 (Alfred E. Lemmon). Vol. 26, no.4, 108-109.

Brinkmeyer, Robert H. Three Catholic Writers of the Modern South (Simone Vauthier). Vol. 26, no.2, 76-81.

Cobb, James C. and Charles R. Wilson, eds. Perspectives on the American South (Victor A. Kramer). Vol. 26, no.3, 86-87.

Dennett, John Richard. The South As It Is, 1865-1866 (David Moltke-Hansen). Vol. 26, no.3, 85-86.

Faulkner, Charles H., ed. The Prehistoric Native American Art of Mud Glyph Cave (Ian W. Brown). Vol. 26, no.3, 80-82.

Ferris, William, ed. Afro American Folk Art and Crafts (Marice C. Brown). Vol. 26, no.4, 96-97.

Gentry, Marshall Bruce. Flannery O'Connor's Religion of the Grotesque (Gail Mortimer). Vol. 26, no.3, 76- 77.

Gray, Richard. Writing the South: Ideas of an American Region (Thomas L. McHaney). Vol. 26, no.2, 83- 85.

Hirsch, Jerrold, introd. The WPA Guide to Tennessee (Richard M. Abel). Vol. 26, no.4, 98-100.

Horne, John C. Van, ed. Religious Philanthropy and Colonial Slavery (J. A. Leo Lemay). Vol. 26, no.3, 88-89.

Humphries, Jefferson. Metamorphses of The Raven: Literary Overdeterminedness in France and the South Since Poe (Henri Justin). Vol. 26, no.4, 115-117.

Jacobs, Harriet A. Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Written by Herself (Margaret J. Yonce). Vol. 26, no.4, 107-108.

Kerman, Cynthia Earl and Richard Eldridge. The Lives of Jean Toomner: A Hunger for Wholeness (Jerry W. Ward, Jr.). Vol. 26, no.4, 113-115.

Kirby, Jack Temple. Media-Made Dixie: The South in the American Imagination (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 26, no.4, 101-102.

_______. Rural Worlds Lost: The American South, 1920- 1960 (Craig Turner). Vol. 26, no.4, 104-105.

Kreyling, Michael. Figures of the Hero in Southern Narrative (Lee Harding). Vol. 26, no.4, 111-113.

Larsen, Lawrence H. The Rise of the Urban South (Walter B. Edgar). Vol. 26, no.3, 87-88.

Lofaro, Michael. The Life and Adventures of Daniel Boone (Leland H. Cox, Jr.). Vol. 26, no.3, 89-90.

Loveland, Anne C. Lillian Smith: A Southerner Confronting the South (Thomas Bonner, Jr.). Vol. 26, no.2, 90-91.

Mahe, John A., II, and Rosanne McCaffrey, eds. Encyclopaedia of New Orleans Artists, 1718-1918 (Judith H. Bonner). Vol. 26, no.2, 87-89.

McLaurin, Melton A. Separate Pasts:Growing up White in the Segregated South (Thomas E. Dasher). Vol. 26, no.4, 105-107.

Montgomery, Marion. Possum and Other Receits for the Recovery of "Southern" Being (Keen Butterworth). Vol. 26, no.4, 102-04.

Neely, Mark E., Jr., Harold Holzer and Gabor S. Borritt. The Confederate Image: Prints of the Lost Cause (Bruce W. Chambers). Vol. 26, no.4, 94-96.

O'Brien, Gail Williams. The Legal Fraternity and the Making of a New South Community, 1848-1882 (David J. Bodenhamer). Vol. 26, no.2, 92-93.

Pederson, Lee, ed. Linguistic Atlas of the Gulf States, Volume One (Stanley R. Hauer). Vol. 26, no.2, 86-87.

Poteat, Patricia Lewis. Walker Percy and the Old Modern Age (Simone Vauthier). Vol. 26, no.2, 76-81.

Spivey, Ted. R. Revival: Southern Writers in the Modern City (Vincent King). Vol. 26, no.2, 74-76.

_______. The Writer as Shaman: The Pilgrimages of Conrad Aiken and Walker Percy (Veronica A. Makowsky). Vol. 26, no.2, 81-83.

Upton, Dell. Holy Things and Profane: Anglican Parish Churches in Colonial Virginia (Samuel Wilson, Jr.). Vol. 26, no.4, 97-98.

Upton, Dell and John Michael Vlach, eds. Common Places: Readings in American Vernacular Architecture (Samuel Wilson, Jr.). Vol. 26, no.2, 89-90.

Weddle, Robert S., ed. La Salle, the Mississippi, and the Gulf Three Primary Documents (Guillermo Náñez-Falcón). Vol. 26, no. 4, 110-111.

Westarp, Karl-Heinz and Jan Nordby Gretlund, eds. Realist of Distances: Flannery O'Connor Revisited (Arthur F. Kinney). Vol. 26, no.3, 77-80.

Wilson, Samuel, Jr., ed. Southern Travels: Journal of John H. B. Latrobe,1834 (Michael Fazio). Vol. 26, no.3, 82-85.

*FILMS REVIEWED

Barret, Elizabeth, dir. Quilting Women (Gerry K. Veeder). Vol. 26, no.2, 97-98.

Cocke, Dudley, Anne Lewis Johnson and Susan Wehling, dirs. Tell Me A Story, Sing Me a Song (Gerry K. Veeder). Vol. 26, no.2, 109-110.

Cohen, John, dir.The High Lonesome Sound (Gerry Veeder). Vol. 26, no.2, 101-102.

_______. Musical Holdouts (John C. Kent). Vol. 26, no.2, 103-104.

_______.Sara and Maybelle (H. Wayne Schuth). Vol. 26, no.2, 104-105.

Faulkner, Scott, and Anthony Slone, dirs. Nimrod Workman: To Fit My Own Category (Carol M. Ward). Vol. 26, no.2, 99-101.

Faulkner, Scott, Anthony Stone and Jack Wright, dirs. The Sunny Side of Life (Suzanne Regan). Vol. 26, no.2, 110-111.

Frontier Nursing Service (Stuart A. Selby). Vol. 26, no.2, 112-113.

Garrison, Andrew; prod. One Ring Circus: The Jules and Beck Circus (John R. May). Vol. 26, no.3, 94.

Gray, Joe, dir. Ourselves and that Promise (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 26, no.2, 98-99.

Johnson, Anne and Andrew Garrison, dirs. Mabel Parker Hardison Smith (William 0. Huie, Jr.). Vol. 26, no.4,121-123.

Kolker, Andrew and Louis Alvarez, dirs. Mosquitoes and High Water (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 26, no.2, 107-109.

_______. The Ends of the Earth (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 26, no.2, 107-109.

Neville, Gina, dir. Jimmie Rodgers: The Father of Country Music (Mark Royden Winchell). Vol. 26, no.2, 113-114.

Palfi, Stevenson, dir. Don't Start Me to Talking or I'll Tell You Everything I Know (Elizabeth Barron). Vol. 26, no.3, 91-92.

_______. Piano Players Rarely Ever Play Together (Stuart A.Selby). Vol. 26, no.4, 124-125.

Palfi, Stevenson J., prod. Setting the Record Straight (Gerry K. Veeder). Vol. 26, no.4, 119-120.

Ott, Diana, dir. The Kingdom Come School (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 26, no.2, 94-96.

Pickering, Mimi, dir. The Buffalo Creek Flood (J. Stephen Hank). Vol. 26, no.2, 96-97.

Pitre, Glen, dir. Yellow Fever (La Fievre Jaune) (J. Stephen Hank). Vol. 26, no.2, 105-106.

_______. $8.50 a Barrel! (Huit Piastres et Demie!) (John R. May). Vol. 26, no.2; 106-107.

Richardson, William, dir. John Jacob Niles (Carol M. Ward). Vol. 26, no.2, 99-101.

Schiller, Greta, and Andrea Weiss, dirs. International Sweethearts of Rhythm (Robert Arnett). Vol. 26, no.3, 92-93.

Smith, Herb E., dir. Strangers and Kin (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 26, no.3, 94-96.

Snyder, Karen, prod. Cajun Crossroads (Robert Arnett). Vol. 26, no.4, 118-119.

_______. The St. Charles Streetcar: Our Oldest Line (Justin Wyatt). Vol. 26, no.4, 120-121.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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