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Index to Volumes 32 to 36

32 (1993-94) - 33 (1994-95) - 34 (1995-96) - 35 (1996-97) - 36 (1997-98)

 

Vol. 32 1993-1994 Back to Top

Adams, Charles H. 1994. "Reading Ecologically: Language and Play in Bartram's Travels." Vol. 32, no.4, 65-74.

Almon, Bert. 1994. "William Humphrey's 'Broken-Backed Novel': Parody in The Ordways." Vol. 32, no.4, 107-116.

Arnold, Marilyn. 1993. "The Edge of Adolescence in Eudora Welty's 'Moon Lake'." Vol. 32, no.1, 49-61.

Bonner, Judith H. 1993. "Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture in the South, Part VI." Vol. 32, no.1, 125-157.

Brownlee, Peter J. 1994. "Interview with William Christenberry." Vol. 32, no.3, 89-95.

Burger, Nash K. 1993. "Eudora Welty's Monsieur Boule and Other Friends: A Memoir of Good Times." Vol. 32, no.1, 40-48.

Clemmen, Yves. 1994. "Photographic Politics: The Text and Its Readings in Kate Chopin's The Awakening." Vol. 32, no.4, 75-79.

De Santis, Christopher C. 1994. "Representations of The Great Migration" (review essay). Vol. 32, no.4, 149-156.

Donlon, Jocelyn Hazelwood. 1994. "Gail Godwin Talks about Southern Storytelling." Vol. 32, no.3, 11-24.

Francis, William A. 1994. "With Wings to Fly: A Conversation with New Orleans Novelist Nancy Lemann." Vol. 32, no.3, 51-66.

Frega, Donnalee. 1994. "Interview with Tim McLaurin." Vol. 32, no.3, 67-88.

Gilman, Deborah. 1994. "Interview with Herbert Singleton." Vol. 32, no.3, 96-110.

Grootkerk, Paul. 1994. "Artistic Images of Mythological Reality: The Antebellum Plantation." Vol. 32, no.4, 33-44.

Herion-Sarafidis, Elisabeth. 1994. "Interview with Lee Smith." Vol. 32, no.2, 6-18.

Hersh, Allison. 1994. "Representations of Temporal Liminality in Caroline Gordon's 'The Brilliant Leaves' and Robert Penn Warren 's Meet Me in the Green Glen." Vol. 32, no.2, 79-94.

Hunt, V. 1994. "Interview with Lee Smith." Vol. 32, no.2, 30-36.

Introduction. 1994. "Interviews with Southern Writers, Artists and Filmmakers." Vol. 32, No. 3, 7-9.

Introduction. 1993. "The World of Eudora Welty." Vol. 32, No. 1, 7-8.

Ketchin, Susan. 1994. "An Interview with Larry Brown." Vol. 32, no.2, 95-109.

Kibler, James E., Jr. 1994. "An Artist, A Place and a Time." (review essay). Vol. 32, no.4, 157-161.

Long, Gary L. 1994. "Naked Americans: Violence in the Work of Harry Crews." Vol. 32, no.4, 117-130.

Lynch, Charles Edward. 1994. "Breaking the Kentucky Cycle: A Native's Struggle with Language and Identity." Vol. 32, no.4, 141-148.

Makowsky, Veronica. 1994. "Janice Holt Giles Reconsidered." Vol. 32, no.4, 97-105.

Meads, Kat. 1994. "Live and Onstage." (memoir). Vol. 32, no.2, 125-130.

Mitchell, Felicia. 1994. "Interview with Eve Shelnutt." Vol. 32, no.3, 43-50.

Mortimer, Gail L. 1994. "A Source for a Name and a Question of Naming in Eudora Welty's 'Moon Lake.'" Vol. 32, no.4, 80-83.

Mott, Donald R. 1994. "Glen Pitre: Life after Belizaire ." Vol. 32, no.3, 111-122.

Mott, Donald R. 1994. "Robert Russett: Artist and Experimental Filmmaker Extraordinaire." Vol. 32, no.3, 123-146.

Nissen, Axel. 1993. "Occasional Travelers in China Grove: Welty's 'Why I Live at the P.O.' Reconsidered." Vol. 32, no.1, 72-79.

Nordström, Alison Devine. 1994. "Ulterior Images: Photographs of the South in the Thirties and Forties." Vol. 32, no.2, 146-149.

Parker, Michael. 1994. "An Interview with Daphne Athas." Vol. 32, no.3, 25-42.

Parrish, Nancy C. 1994. "'Ghostland': Tourism in Lee Smith's Oral History." Vol. 32, no.2, 37-47.

Schlatter, James F. 1994. "Storyteller in the Wilderness: The American Imagination of Romulus Linney." Vol. 32, no.2, 63-78.

Smith, Elise L. 1994. "Belle Kinney and the Confederate Women's Monument." Vol. 32, no.4, 6-31.

Smith, Rebecca. 1994. "A Conversation with Lee Smith." Vol. 32, no.2, 19-29.

Smith, Rebecca. 1994. "Writing, Singing and Hearing a New Voice: Lee Smith's The Devil's Dream." Vol. 32, no.2, 48-62.

Stetsenko, Ekaterina. 1993. "Eudora Welty and Autobiography." Vol. 32, no.1, 16-26.

Vaschenko, Alexandr. 1993. "That Which 'The Whole World Knows': Functions of Folklore in Eudora Welty's Stories." Vol. 32, no.1, 9-15.

Vinh, Alphonse. 1994. "Talking with Josephine Humphreys." Vol. 32, no.4, 131-140.

Wall, Carey. 1994. "The Unplayfulness of Games, the Blocked Dialogue of House and Street: Ritual Practices and Racism." (review essay). Vol. 32, no.2, 131-145.

Werlock, Abby H.P. 1993. "Fathoming the Feminine: New Books on Mark Twain and Women." (review essay). Vol. 32, no.1, 119-123.

Westmacott, Richard. 1994. "Yards and Gardens of Rural African Americans as Vernacular Art." Vol. 32, no.4, 45-63.

Weston, Ruth D. 1993. "Images of the Depression in the Fiction of Eudora Welty." Vol. 32, no.1, 80-91.

Williams, Barbara Lee. 1994. "Clarence John Laughlin: Visionary Photographer." (review essay). Vol. 32, no.3, 177-184.

Williamson, J. W. 1994. "Hillbilly Gals and American Burlesque." Vol. 32, no.4, 84-96.

Wilson, Deborah. 1993. "The Altering/Alterity of History in Eudora Welty's The Robber Bridegroom." Vol. 32, no.1, 62-71.

Yakimenko, Natalia. 1993. "Idyllic Chronotop in Delta Wedding." Vol. 32, no.1, 21-26.

Young, Stephen Flinn. 1994. "A Conversation with Dixon McDowell: The Horton Foote Documentary." Vol. 32, no.3, 147-157.

Zverev, Aleksei. 1993. "Losing Battles Against the Background of the Sixties." Vol. 32, no.1, 27-30.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Adams, Frank T. James A. Dombrowski: An American Heretic, 1897-1983 (David J. Bodenhamer). Vol. 32, no.4, 166-167.

Adero, Malaika. Up South: Stories, Studies, and Letters of This Century's Black Migrations (Christopher C. De Santis). Review essay. Vol. 32, no.4, 149-156.

Baldwin, Cinda K. Great & Noble Jar: Traditional Stoneware of South Carolina (James E. Kibler, Jr.). Vol. 32, no.3, 193-196.

Baldwin, William. The Hard To Catch Mercy (Reginald Abbott). Vol. 32, no.4, 169-171.

Boren, Lynda S., and Sara deSaussure Davis . Kate Chopin Reconsidered: Beyond the Bayou (Thomas Bonner, Jr.). Vol. 32, no.4, 167-169.

Brantley, Will. Feminine Sense in Southern Memoir: Smith, Glasgow, Welty, Hellman, Porter, and Hurston (Martha A. Sledge). Vol. 32, no.3, 192-193.

Brown, John Gregory. Decorations in a Ruined Cemetery (Irving Malin). Vol. 32, no.4, 164-166.

Burch, Robert D. D. J.'s Worst Enemy (Anne Lundin). Vol. 32, no.3, 196-197.

_______. Renfroe 's Christmas (Anne Lundin). Vol. 32, no.3, 196-197.

Cajun Fonville: Louisiane Annees 30 (Alison Devine Nordström) Review essay. Vol. 32, no.2, 146-149.

Carlebach, Michael, and Eugene E Provenzo, Jr. Farm Security Administration Photographs of Florida (Alison Devine Nordström). Review essay. Vol. 32, no.2, 146-149.

Childress, Mark. Crazy in Alabama (Dorie LaRue). Vol. 32, no.2, 161.

Cook, Sylvia Jenkins. Erskine Caldwell and the Fiction of Poverty: The Flesh and the Spirit (William L. Howard). Vol. 32, no.2, 157-158.

Durban, Pam. The Laughing Place (Michael Griffith). Vol. 32, no.1, 160-162.

Escott, Paul D. W.J. Cash and the Minds of the South (Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr.). Vol. 32, no.2, 162-163.

Evans, Eli N. The Lonely Days Were Sundays: Reflections of a Jewish Southerner (Alison Steiner). Vol. 32, no.2, 169-170.

Gaines, Ernest J. A Lesson Before Dying (Michael Griffith). Vol. 32, no.2, 167-169.

Garson, Helen S. Truman Capote: A Study of the Short Fiction (Vincent Kling). Vol. 32, no.1, 163-165.

Gladney, Margaret Rose, ed. How Am I to Be Heard?: Letters of Lillian Smith (Linda Peavy and Ursula Smith). Vol. 32, no.2, 170-172.

Hammond, Ken, ed. State Lines (Reginald Abbott). Vol. 32, no.3, 199-201.

Harrison, Alferdteen . Black Exodus: The Great Migration from the American South (Christopher De Santis). Review essay. Vol. 32, no.4, 149-156.

Hoder-Salmon, Marilyn. Kate Chopin's The Awakening: Screenplay as Interpretation (Thomas Bonner, Jr.). Vol. 32, no.4, 167-169.

Humphries, Jefferson , ed. Southern Literature and Literary Theory (Hugh Ruppersburg). Vol. 32, no.2, 154-156.

Lawson, Lewis A., and Victor A. Kramer, eds. More Conversations with Walker Percy (Gary M. Ciuba). Vol. 32, no.3, 187-189.

Lemay , J.A. Leo. Did Pocahontas Save Captain John Smith? (Sam Worley). Vol. 32, no.3, 189-190.

Lumpkin, Katharine Du Pre. The Making of a Southerner (Carey Wall). Review essay. Vol. 32, no.2, 131-145.

Manning, Carol, ed. The Female Tradition in Southern Literature (Will Brantley). Vol. 32, no.2, 152-154.

McAlexander, Hubert H., ed. Critical Essays on Peter Taylor (Linda Kandel Kuehl). Vol. 32, no.1, 159-160.

Owens, Claire Myers Spotswood Owens. The Unpredictable Adventure: A Comedy of Woman's Independence (Reginald Abbott). Vol. 32, no.2, 165-167.

Ownby, Ted, ed. Black and White Interaction in the Antebellum South (Robert V. Haynes). Vol. 32, no.4, 163-164.

Price, Reynolds. Full Moon and Other Plays (R. C. Fuller). Vol. 32, no.2, 151-152.

Quirk, Tom. Coming to Grips with Huckleberry Finn: Essays on a Boy, a Book and a Man (Abby H.P. Werlock). Vol. 32, no.3, 185-187.

Reesman, Jeanne Campbell. American Designs: The Late Novels of James and Faulkner (Theresa M. Towner). Vol. 32, no.2, 163-165.

Richard, Mark. Fishboy (Irving Malin). Vol. 32, no.3, 198-199.

Scura, Dorothy M., ed . Ellen Glasgow: The Contemporary Reviews (Beth Harrison). Vol. 32, no.1, 165-166.

Severens, Martha. Alice Ravenel Huger Smith: An Artist, A Place , and a Time (James E. Kibler, Jr.). Review Essay. Vol. 32, no.4, 157-161.

Skandera-Trombley, Laura. Polishing Off a Genius: Mark Twain in the Company of Women (Abby H.P. Werlock). Review essay. Vol. 32, no.1, 119-123.

Stoneley, Peter. Mark Twain and the Feminine Aesthetic (Abby H.P. Werlock). Review Essay. Vol. 32, no.1, 119-123.

Suarez, Ernest. James Dickey and the Politics of Canon: Assessing the Savage Ideal (Irving Malin). Vol. 32, no.2, 158-160.

Sugars, Cynthia C., ed. The Letters of Conrad Aiken and Malcolm Lowry, 1929-1954 (Edward Butscher). Vol. 32, no.1, 162-163.

Vlach, John Michael. Back of the Big House: The Architecture of Plantation Slavery (Ann Lucas). Vol. 32, no.3, 197-198.

Wonham, Henry B. Mark Twain and the Art of the Tall Tale (Alan Gribben). Vol. 32, no.3, 201-202.

Zinman, David H. The Day Huey Long Was Shot: September 8, 1935 (Betty Carter). Vol. 32, no.3, 190-192.

*FILMS/VIDEOS REVIEWED

Eastwood, Clint, dir. A Perfect World (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 32, no.4, 173-176.

Kloves, Steve, dir. Flesh and Bone (Steven G. KelIman). Vol. 32, no.4, 173-176.

Ward, Carol, dir. In the Eye of the Hurricane: Women's Stories of Reconstruction (Cheryl Saunders Mott). Vol. 32, no.1, 167-168.

PORTFOLIOS

Brackenbury, Deborah. " Archer , Florida ." no.1, 93-118.

Darden, Douglas. "Oxygen House: A Near Triptych on the Act of Breathing." no.2, 111-124.

Kwilecki, Paul. "Workers of Decatur County , Georgia ." no.3, 159-174.

*Names of reviewers given in parentheses.

 

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Vol. 33 1994-1995 Back to Top

Arnold, Edwin T. 1995. "Cormac McCarthy's The Stonemason : The Unmaking of a Play." Vol. 33, nos.2- 3, 117-129.

Bach, Peggy. 1995. "Evelyn Scott: From Tennessee to Greenwich Village." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 57-63.

Bach, Peggy. 1995. "Interview with David Madden: 'The Theatrical Image.'" Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 215-226.

Benfleld, LeAnne, and Lee Hunter. 1995. "Selective Checklist of Ellen Douglas Materials." Vol. 33, no.4, 149-151.

Bonner, Judith H. 1994. "Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture in the South, Part VII." Vol. 33, no.1, 141-156.

Castille, Philip Dubuisson. 1995. "Red Scare and Film Noir: The Hollywood Adaptation of Robert Penn Warren 's All the King's Men." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 171-181.

Donaldson, Susan V. 1995. "Ellen Douglas's Black Cloud, White Cloud and the Fragmentation of Narrative." Vol. 33, no.4, 51-64.

Douglas, Ellen. 1995. "I Have Found It." Vol. 33, no.4, 7-13.

Fister, Charles. 1995. "Not Just Whistlin' Dixie : Music, Functional Silence and the Arbitrary Semiotics of Oppression in Ellen Douglas's Can't Quit You, Baby." Vol. 33, no.4, 99-119.

Foata, Anne. 1994. "Aphrodite Redux: Edna Pontellier's Dilemma in The Awakening by Kate Chopin." Vol. 33, no.1, 27-31.

Folks, Jeffrey J. 1995. "James Agee's Filmscript for The Night of the Hunter." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 151-160.

Friedman, Melvin J.1995. "In the Clap Shack : William Styron's Neglected Play." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 13-21.

Fuller, R. C. 1995. "Lunging in the Dark: Blindness and Vision, Disappointment and Aspiration in Reynolds Price's Trilogy." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 45-56.

Garrett, George. 1995. "Jesse Hill Ford's Play." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 183-186.

Garrett, George, David Madden, and Irving Malin. 1995. "Introduction." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 7-12.

Garson, Helen S. 1995. "From Success to Failure: Capote's The Grass Harp." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 35-43.

Greene, Sally. 1994. "Re-Placing the Hero: The Night Travellers as Novel of Female Self-Discovery." Vol. 33, no.1, 33-39.

Hammond, David. 1995. "'Parts of a Novel That Will Probably Never Get Written': An Interview with Elizabeth Spencer." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 85-106.

Horvath, Brooke and Lisa Logan. 1995. "Nobody Knows Best: Carson McCullers's Plays as Social Criticism." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 23-34.

Howard, Jennifer. 1995. "Interview with Mary Lee Settle." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 79-83.

Hunter, Lee and LeAnne Benfleld. 1995. "Selective Checklist of Ellen Douglas Materials." Vol. 33, no.4, 149-151.

Kinney, Arthur F. 1995. " Faulkner's Families : A Review Essay." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 227-230.

Koprince, Susan. 1994. " Tennessee Williams's Unseen Characters." Vol. 33, no.1, 87-95.

Kuehl, Linda Kandel. 1994. "Peter Taylor's Women: Old and New." Vol. 33, no.1, 47-53.

Kuehl, Linda Kandel. 1995. "Public Occasions and Private Evasions in the Plays of Peter Taylor." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 131-146.

Lawson, Lewis. 1994. "The Moviegoer Dates the Love Goddess." Vol. 33, no.1, 6-25.

Lillis, Karen E. 1994. "A Personal Perspective on Two Plays from Generation X: A Review Essay." Vol. 33, no.1, 131-135.

Logan, Lisa and Brooke Horvath. 1995. "Nobody Knows Best: Carson McCullers's Plays as Social Criticism." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 23-43.

Lowe, John. 1995. "From Mule Bones to Funny Bones: The Plays of Zora Neale Hurston." Vol. 33, nos.2- 3, 65-78.

Madden, David, George Garrett, and Irving Malin. 1995. "Introduction." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 7-12.

Mason, Angela L., and Timothy J. Viator. 1994. "Driving Miss Daisy: A Sociosemiotic Analysis." Vol. 33, no.1, 55-63.

McHaney, Thomas L., and Noel Polk. 1995. "Introduction: Ellen Douglas." Vol. 33, no.4, 5.

Mills, Henry P. 1995. "A New Face for Postmodern Scholarship: Announcing the Walker Percy Internet Project." Vol. 33, no.4, 159-163.

Morrison, Nan. 1994. "Gerald Gray's Wife and Lily: A Novel." (review essay). Vol. 33, no.1, 137-140.

Peterson, Beverly. 1994. "Aunt Phillis's Cabin: One Reply to Uncle Tom." Vol. 33, no.1, 97-112.

Petty, Leslie. 1995. "'She has some buried connection with these lives': Autobiographical Acts in Can't Quit You, Baby." Vol. 33, no.4, 121-129.

Polk, Noel and Thomas L. McHaney. 1995. "Introduction: Ellen Douglas." Vol. 33, no.4, 5.

Predmore, Richard. 1995. "Ownership in Dexter's Paris Trout." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 147-150.

Prenshaw, Peggy Whitman. 1995. "Sex and Wreckage in the Parlor: Welty's 'Bye-Bye Brevoort.'" Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 107-116.

Sarthou, Sharron Eve, and Thomas M. Verich. 1995. "The Ellen Douglas Manuscript Collection at The University of Mississippi." Vol. 33, no.4, 131-147

Shear, Walter. 1994. "Women and History in Peter Taylor's Short Stories." Vol. 33, no.1, 41-46.

Shoemaker, Jan. 1995. "Ellen Douglas: Reconstructing the Subject in 'Hold On' and Can't Quit You, Baby." Vol. 33, no.4, 83-98.

Strandberg, Victor. 1995. "Brother to Dragons : Poem/Play/Film." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 187-196.

Suarez, Ernest. 1995. "Deliverance: Dickey's Original Screenplay." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 161-169.

Sussman, Deborah. 1995. "Just for the Fun and Games of It: The Dramatic Writing of George Garrett." Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 197-213.

Tardieu, Betty. 1995. "'I'm in That Secular World, Even Though I Keep Looking Around for Someplace Else To Be': Interview with Ellen Douglas." Vol. 33, no.4, 23-59.

Verich, Thomas M., and Sharron Eve Sarthou. 1995. "The Ellen Douglas Manuscript Collection at The University of Mississippi." Vol. 33, no.4, 131-147.

Viator, Timothy J., and Angela L. Mason. 1994. "Driving Miss Daisy : A Sociosemiotic Analysis." Vol. 33, no.1, 55-63.

Viera, Carroll. 1994. "An Interview with Richard Marius." Vol. 33, no.1, 113-125.

Watts, Rhonda. 1995. "Ellen Douglas's Greenville." Vol. 33, no.4, 41-49.

West, Roger. 1995. "Reconjuring Charles Chesnutt: A Review Essay." Vol. 33, no.4, 153-158.

Wilson, Christine. 1995. "Interview with Ellen Douglas." Vol. 33, no.4, 15-21.

Wilson, Deborah. 1995. "'Re-inventing the Record': Ellen Douglas's A Lifetime Burning as An/'Other' Southern Narrative." Vol. 33, no.4, 65-82.

Winn, Thomas H. 1994. "Night Riders and Tobacco Wars: A Review Essay." Vol. 33, no.1, 127-130.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Alvarez, Ruth M., and Thomas E Walsh. Uncollected Early Prose of Katherine Anne Porter (Suzanne Jones). Vol. 33, no.1, 168.

Anderson, Mary Crow, ed. Two Scholarly Friends: Yates Snowden-John Bennett Correspondence, 1902-1932 (Reginald Abbott). Vol. 33, no.1, 158-160.

Berger, Arthur Asa. Li'l Abner: A Study in American Satire (James E. Caron). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 252-253.

Bernhard, Virginia, Betty Brandon, Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Theda Perdue, and Elizabeth H. Turner, eds. Hidden Histories of Women in the New South (Claudia A. Limbert). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 253-255.

Betts, Doris. Souls Raised from the Dead (Irving Malin). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 247-248.

Campbell, Tracy . The Politics of Despair: Power and Resistance in the Tobacco Wars (Thomas H. Winn). Vol. 33, no.1, 127-130.

Chabrier, Gwendolyn. Faulkner's Families (Arthur F. Kinney). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 227-230.

Chesnutt, Charles W. The Conjure Woman and Other Conjure Tales (Roger West). Vol. 33, no.4, 153-158.

_______. The Journals of Charles W Chesnutt (Roger West). Vol. 33, no.4, 153-158.

Cheuse, Alan. The Grandmothers' Club (Claudia A. Limbert). Vol. 33, no.4, 168-169.

Clinton, Catherine, ed. Half Sisters of History: Southern Women and the American Past (Claudia A. Limbert). Vol. 33, no.4, 170-172.

Dufresne, John. Louisiana Power and Light (Brigette Wilds Craft). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 248-250.

Gover, Paula. White Boys and River Girls (Brigette Wilds Craft). Vol. 33, no.4, 169-170.

Goyen, William. Half a Look of Cain (Irving Malin). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 245-247.

Hill, Margaret Hunt, with Burt and Jane Boyar. H. L. and Lyda: Growing Up in the H. L. Hunt and Lyda Baker Hunt Family as Told by Their Eldest Daughter (Claudia A. Limbert). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 255-256.

Johansen, Ruthann Knechel. The Narrative Secret of Flannery O'Connor: The Trickster as Interpreter (Sura P. Rath). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 241-242.

King, Susan Petigru. Gerald Gray's Wife and Lily: A Novel ( Nan Morrison). Vol. 33, no.1, 137-140.

Klevar, Harvey L. Erskine Caldwell: A Biography (William L. Howard). Vol. 33, no.1, 160-162.

Kolin, Philip C., ed. Confronting Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire: Essays in Critical Pluralism (Pearl Amelia McHaney). Vol. 33, no.1, 164-166.

MacDonald, Edgar. James Branch Cabell and Richmond-in-Virginia (Susan V. Donaldson). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 256-258.

MacLean, Nancy . Behind the Mask of Chivalry: The Making of the Second Ku Klux Klan (Edward P. Akin). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 242-244.

Mark, Rebecca. The Dragon's Blood: Feminist Intertextuality in Eudora Welty's "The Golden Apples" (Barbara Ewell). Vol. 33, no.1, 166-167.

McCarthy, Cormac. The Crossing (Larry Johnson). Vol. 33, no.1, 171-172.

McFee, Michael, ed. The Language They Speak Is Things to Eat: Poems by Fifteen Contemporary North Carolina Poets (Dorie LaRue). Vol. 33, no.4, 165-166.

Price, Reynolds. A Whole New Life: An Illness and a Healing (R. C. Fuller). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 250-252.

Roberts, Diane. The Myth of Aunt Jemima: Representations of Race and Region (Joanne V. Hawks). Vol. 33, no.4, 172-173.

Roberts, Terry. Self and Community in the Fiction of Elizabeth Spencer (EIsa Nettels). Vol. 33, no.1, 170-171.

Ruppersburg, Hugh. Georgia Voices, Volume Two: Nonfiction (Reginald Abbott). Vol. 33, no.4, 173-175.

Simpson, Lewis P. The Fable of the Southern Writer (John F. Desmond). Vol. 33, no.1, 157-158.

Sloane, David E. E., ed. Mark Twain's Humor: Critical Essays (Wesley Britton). Vol. 33, no.4, 166-167.

Stahl, J. D. Mark Twain, Culture and Gender: Envisioning America Through Europe (Laura Skandera-Trombley). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 244-245.

Taylor, Peter. In the Tennessee Country (Irving Malin). Vol. 33, no.1, 162-163.

Waldrep, Christopher . Night Riders: Defending the Black Patch, 1890-1915 (Thomas H. Winn). Vol. 33, no.1, 127-130.

Waldron, Ann. Hodding Carter: The Reconstruction of a Racist (Neil R. McMillen). Vol. 33, no.1, 169-170.

*FILM REVIEWS

Apted, Michael, dir. Nell (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 259-261.

Nair, Mira, dir. The Perez Family (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 33, no.4, 177-179.

Bucci, Dave. Kid Carnivore (Karen E. Lulls). Vol. 33, no.1, 131-135.

Byrd, Donald/The Group. Drastic Cuts (Act I), Life Situations, Bristle (Act I) (Sally Radell). Vol. 33, no.1, 173-175.

Doug Elkins Dance Company. Testosterone, The Stuff of Recoiling, Untitled, The Patrooka Variations (Sally Radell). Vol. 33, nos.2-3, 263-264.

Hicks, Sander. The Perfect Example (Karen E. Lillis). Vol. 33, no.1, 1, 31-35.

PORTFOLIOS

Bickett, Louis Zoellar. "The Cultural Mudding Rituals." Vol. 33, no.1, 65-85. Photographs by David R. Hanlon. Comments by Ida Panicelli.

*Names of reviewers given in parentheses.

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Vol. 34 1995-1996 Back to Top

Arnold, Edwin T. 1996. "What the Movies Told Us." Vol. 34, no.3, 57-65.

Bonner,Judith H. 1995. "Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture, Part VIII." Vol. 34, no.1, 129-142.

Boyd, Molly. 1996. "William Faulkner's 'Doctor Martino.'" Vol. 34, no.2, 39-49.

Britton, Wesley. 1995. "Two Visions of Medievalism and Determinism: Mark Twain and John Kennedy Toole's A Confederacy of Dunces." Vol. 34, no.1, 17-23.

Brown, W. Dale. 1996. "Interview with Doris Betts." Vol. 34, no.2, 91-104.

Carney, Rob. 1996. "Clete Purcel to the Rampaging Rescue: Looking for the Hard-Boiled Tradition in James Lee Burke's Dixie City Jam." Vol. 34, no.4, 121-130.

Coveny, Nancy Coman, Kakie Urch, and Lori Shenefelt. 1996. "Divine Right's Trip Redux: Feminists Read the Southern Sixties." Vol. 34, no.3, 21-45.

Cullick, Jonathan S. 1996. "Levels of Historical Representation in All the King's Men." Vol. 34, no.2, 59-64.

Daugherty, Leo, and Stephen Flinn Young. 1996. "The Brown Shoes Email." Vol. 34, no.3, 95-121.

De Santis, Christopher C. 1995. "Innovative Phrasings in Literary Scholarship: Craig Werner's Playing the Changes " (review essay). Vol. 34, no.1, 125-128.

Fabre, Michel. 1996. "On Yusef Komunyaka." Vol. 34, no.2, 5-8.

Folks, Jeffrey J. 1996. "James Agee's Quest for Forgiveness in Let Us Now Praise Famous Men." Vol. 34, no.4, 43-52.

Francis, William. 1996. "Interview with New Orleans Novelist Chris Wiltz." Vol. 34, no.4, 109-119.

Frega, Donnalee. 1996. "Questioning History and Revision: Contemporary Southern Literature and the Canon." Vol. 34, no.2, 9-21.

Gardner, Pat. 1996. "Midst Great Laughter." Vol. 34, no.2, 87-90.

Gartner, Carol B. 1996. "Faulkner in Context: Seeing 'That Evening Sun' Through the Blues." Vol. 34, no.2, 50-58.

Golden, Mike. 1996. " On the Road Scholar. " (review essay). Vol. 34, no.2, 109-111.

Grigsby, John L. 1995. "The Agrarians and Ellen Douglas's The Rock Cried Out and Can't Quit You, Baby: Extending the Tradition While Expanding the Canon." Vol. 34, no.1, 41-48.

Hunt, Robert. 1996. "Domesticity, Paternalism and Isolation: Mary Anne Cruse and the Search for Moral Asylum." Vol. 34, no.4, 15-24.

Hunt, Robert. 1996. "Domesticated Slavery: Political Economy in Caroline Hentz's Fiction." Vol. 34, no.4, 25-35.

Jones, Carolyn M. 1996. "Atticus Finch and the Mad Dog: Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird." Vol. 34, no.4, 53-63.

Juncker, Clara. 1996. "Confederate Languagescapes: Kate Stone's Brokenburn." Vol. 34, no.4, 37-42.

Kellman, Steven G. 1996. "Forrest Gump, Dixie Dolt as Everyman." (review essay). Vol. 34, no.2, 113-116.

Kramer, Victor J. 1996. "Disparateness . . . furnishes the raw power." (review essay). Vol. 34, no.2, 105-107.

Kuehl, Linda Kandel. 1995. "Public Occasions and Private Evasions in the Plays of Peter Taylor." Vol. 34, no.1, 49-62.

Lightfoot, William E. 1996. "Brother Dave Gardner." Vol. 34, no.3, 81-93.

Link, Eric Carl. 1995. "An Impotent Savior: The Messiah Complex in Walker Percy's Love in the Ruins." Vol. 34, no.1, 24-31.

MacLeod, Christine. 1995. "Telling the Truth in a Tight Place: Huckleberry Finn and the Reconstruction Era." Vol. 34, no.1, 5-16.

Maher, Blake. 1995. "An Interview with Lewis Nordan." Vol. 34, no.1, 113-123.

McCaddon, Beauvais. 1996. "Making the Grade in Eudora Welty's Class: A Creative Writing Workshop in the 1960s." Vol. 34, no.4, 99-108.

McDonald, Joyce. 1996. "Lacan's Mirror Stage as Symbolic Metaphor in All the King's Men." Vol. 34, no.4, 73-79.

Millichap, Joseph R. 1996. "'A Special Kind of Complex Eden': Robert Penn Warren's Italy." Vol. 34, no.2, 65-71.

Mills, Henry P. 1996. "An Essential Walker Percy Bibliography." Vol. 34, no.2, 129-39.

Norman, Gurney. 1996. "CD-Rom." Vol. 34, no.3, 9-20.

Orth, Geoffrey C. 1996. "Mary E. Lee, Martha Fenton Hunter and the German Connection to Domestic Fiction in the Southern Literary Messenger." Vol. 34, no.4, 5-14.

Perkins, James A. 1996. "Hallucination, Allusions and Illusions in The Last Day the Dogbushes Bloomed." Vol. 34, no.2, 81-86.

Petrie, Paul R. 1996. "'Skulking Escapist' Versus 'Radical Editor': Willa Cather, the Left Critics and Sapphira and the Slave Girl." Vol. 34, no.2, 27-37.

Pollack, Harriet. 1996. "Story-making in The Golden Apples : Point of View, Gender and the Importance of Cassie Morrison." Vol. 34, no.2, 75-80.

Pridgen, Allen. 1995. "Up in His Head: Orbit and Sacrament in Walker Percy's The Thanatos Syndrome." Vol. 34, no.1, 32-38.

Robbins, Kenneth. 1996. "The Closed Door Policy." Vol. 34, no.3, 66-68.

Robinson, Forrest G. 1995. "Innocence, Irony and Art: Notes on Jean Stafford 's The Mountain Lion." Vol. 34, no.1, 63-69.

Schenker, Daniel. 1995. "A Samurai in the South: Cross-cultural Disaster in T. Coraghessan Boyle's East is East." Vol. 34, no.1, 70-80.

Shelton , Frank W. 1996. "A Gaines Gold Rush." (review essay). Vol. 34, no.3, 149-151.

Skaggs, Merrill M. 1996. "Willa Cather's Influence on Katherine Anne Porter's 'He.'" Vol. 34, no.2, 23-26.

Sweeney, Susan Elizabeth. 1995. "Anne Tyler's Invented Games: The Accidental Tourist and Breathing Lessons." Vol. 34, no.1, 81-97.

Williamson, J. W. 1996. "Go Ahead On: An Interview with Gurney Norman." Vol. 34, no.3, 9-20.

Winders, James A. 1996. "Put on the Shoes and Think About the Blues: Sixties Bohemian ism and Southern Self-Hatred." Vol. 34, no.3, 46-56.

Young, Stephen Flinn. 1996. "The Kudzu: Sixties Generational Revolt--Even in Mississippi." Vol. 34, no.3, 122-136.

Zacharasiewicz, W. 1996. "Southern Writers and Their Readers in France and in the German-Speaking Countries of Europe." Vol. 34, no.4, 81-97.

Zacharias, Lee. 1996. "The End of the Counterculture." Vol. 34, no.3, 137-147.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Adams, Julianne Lewis, and Thomas A. DeBlack, eds. Civil Obedience: An Oral History of School Desegregation in Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1954-1965 (Charles C. Bolton) . Vol. 34, no.1, 152-153.

Aistrup, Joseph A. The Southern Strategy Revisited: Republican Top-Down Advancement in the South (Joseph B. Parker). Vol. 34, no.3, 167-168.

Bartley, Numan V. The New South, 1945-1980. Vol. 11. A History of the South (Neil R. McMiIlen). Vol. 34, no.4, 132-133.

Beavers, Herman. Wrestling Angels into Song: The Fictions of Ernest J. Gaines (Frank W. Shelton). Vol. 34, no.3, 149-151.

Berry, Wendell. Harlan Hubbard: Life and Work (James E. Kibler). Vol. 34, no.2, 143-146.

Bland, Sidney. Preserving Charleston 's Past, Shaping Its Future: The Life and Times of Susan Pringle Frost ( Nan Morrison). Vol. 34, no.1, 149-150.

Bond, Bradley C . Political Culture in the Nineteenth-Century South: Mississippi 1830-1900 (Robert L. Phillips). Vol. 34, no.4, 131-132.

Brooks, Cleanth. Community, Religion, and Literature (Irving Malin). Vol. 34, no.1, 155-156.

Brown, John Gregory. The Wrecked, Blessed Body of Shelton LaFleur (Lisa C. Hickman) . Vol. 34, no.4, 140-141.

Budick, Emily Miller. Engendering Romance: Women Writers and the Hawthorne Tradition, 1850- 1990 (Ellen Weinauer). Vol. 34, no.1, 150-151.

Cashin, Edward J. Governor Henry Ellis and the Transformation of British North America (David A. Rawson). Vol. 34, no.1, 155-157.

Christian, Barbara T., ed. "Everyday Use": Alice Walker (Martha Sledge). Vol. 34, no.2, 156.

Codrescu, Andrei. The Muse Is Always Half-Dressed in New Orleans and Other Essays (Mike Golden). Vol. 34, no.2, 109-111.

______. Road Scholar (Mike Golden). Vol. 34, no.2, 109-111.

Ellison, Curtis W. Country Music Culture: From Hard Times to Heaven (Steve Goodson) . Vol. 34, no.2, 147-149.

Fleming,John Henry. The Legend of the Barefoot Mailman (Dorie LaRue). Vol. 34, no.4, 138-139.

Griffin , Alice . Understanding Tennessee Williams (Pearl A. McHaney). Vol. 34, no.3, 153-155.

Griffin , Farah Jasmine. "Who Set You Flowin'?": The African-American Migration Narrative (Sam Worley). Vol. 34, no.2, 142-143.

Higgs, Robert J. God in the Stadium: Sports and Religion in America (Robert W. Hamblin). Vol. 34, no.4, 135-137.

Jonza, Nancylee Novell. The Underground Stream: The Life sand Art of Caroline Gordon (Veronica Makowsky). Vol. 34, no.1, 154-155.

Kidwell, Clara Sue. Choctaws and Missionaries in Mississippi , 1818-1918 (Patricia Galloway). Vol. 34, no.4, 134-135.

Koon, George William, ed. Old Glory and the Stars and Bars: Stories of the Civil War (David Madden). Vol. 34, no.3, 157-158.

Koppelman, Robert S. Robert Penn Warren 's Modernist Spirituality (James A. Grimshaw, Jr.). Vol. 34, no.3, 156-157.

Kreyling, Michael, ed. New Essays on Wise Blood (Irving Malin). Vol. 34, no.3, 164-165.

Laumer, Frank. Dade's Last Stand (Samuel Wells). Vol. 34, no.1, 151-152.

Littlefield, Daniel F., Jr., and James W. Parins, eds. Native American Writing in the Southeast: An Anthology, 1875-1935 (Mary Ann Wells). Vol. 34, no.3, 160-161.

Lowe, James. The Creative Process of James Agee (Victor A. Kramer). Vol. 34, no.2, 105-107.

Lowe, John, ed. Conversations with Ernest Gaines (Frank W. Shelton). Vol. 34, no.3, 149-151.

_____, Jump at the Sun: Zora Neale Hurston's Cosmic Comedy (Anna Lillios). Vol. 34, no.1, 153-154.

McLaughlin, Ann L. Sunset at Rosalie (Brigette Wilds Craft) . Vol. 34, no.4, 142-143.

Mitchell, Reid. All On a Mardi Gras Day: Episodes in the History of New Orleans Carnival (Richard M. Abel). Vol. 34, no.2, 151-152.

Moates, Marianne. Truman Capote's Southern Years: Stories from a Monroeville Cousin (Helen S. Carson). Vol. 34, no.4, 141-142.

Murray, Albert. The Blue Devils of Nada (Tom McHaney). Vol. 34, no.4, 144-146.

______. The Seven League Boots (Torn McHaney). Vol. 34, no.4, 144-146.

Olds, Bruce. Raising Holy Hell (Irving Malin). Vol. 34, no.2, 150.

Pfaelzer, Jean, ed. A Rebecca Harding Davis Reader (Veronica Makowsky). Vol. 34, no.3, 158-160.

Powell, Dannye Romine. Parting the Curtains: Interviews with Southern Writers (Robert L. Phillips). Vol. 34, no.2, 141-142.

Price, Reynolds. The Promise of Rest (R. C. Fuller). Vol. 34, no.2, 153-154.

Robinson, Forrest G., ed. The Cambridge Companion to Twain (Laura Skandera-Trombley) . Vol. 34, no.3, 155-156.

Samway, Patrick H., SJ., ed. A Thief of Peirce: The Letters of Kenneth Laine Ketner and Walker Percy (Gary M. Ciuba). Vol. 34, no.4, 146-148.

Scura, Dorothy M., ed. Ellen Glasgow: New Perspectives (Barbara C. Ewell). Vol. 34, no.2, 154-156.

Shawhan, Dorothy. Lizzie (Carol S. Manning). Vol. 34, no.3, 162-164.

Skvorecky, Josef. The Bride of Texas . Trans. Kaca Polackova Henley (Cary Holladay). Vol. 34, no.4, 139-140.

Smith, Lee. Saving Grace (Dorothy Dodge Robbins). Vol. 34, no.3, 165-167.

Snow, Rank [with Jack Owenby and Bob Burns]. The Hank Snow Story (Steve Goodson) . Vol. 34, no.2, 146-147.

Spivey, Ted R. Flannery O'Connor: The Woman, The Thinker, The Visionary (Marshall Bruce Gentry). Vol. 34, no.2, 149-150.

Stout, Janis P. Katherine Anne Porter: A Sense of the Times (Laurie Champion). Vol. 34, no.3, 161-162.

Sullivan, Walter, ed. The War the Women Lived: Female Voices from the Confederate South (Cary Holladay). Vol. 34, no.4, 143-144.

Tyler, Pamela. Silk Stockings and Ballot Boxes: Women and Politics in New Orleans, 1920-1963 (Joanne V. Hawks). Vol. 34, no.4, 133-134.

Werner, Craig Hansen . Playing the Changes: From Afro-Modernism to the Jazz Impulse (Christopher C. De Santis). Vol. 34, no.1, 125-128.

Whitt, Margaret Earley. Understanding Flannery O'Connor (Marshall Bruce Gentry). Vol. 34, no.2, 149-150.

Wolfe, Margaret Ripley. Daughters of Canaan : A Saga of Southern Women (Laurie Champion) . Vol. 34, no.1, 147-148.

Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. The House of Percy: Honor, Melancholy, and Imagination in a Southern Family (Gary M. Ciuba). Vol. 34, no.1, 145-146.

*FILMS REVIEWED

Robbins, Tim, dir. Dead Man Walking (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 34, no.3, 169-171.

Weisberg, Roger, and Jean Segonzac, dirs. Road Scholar (Mike Golden). Vol. 34, no.2, 109-111.

Zemeckis, Robert, dir . Forrest Gump (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 34, no.2, 113-116.

PORTFOLIOS

Amberg, Rob. "'Photographs of Lasting Value': An Interview with Earl Dotter." Vol. 34, no.1, 99-103.

Deruaz, Marie-Louise. "A Northern Perspective Ron Levine's 'South of the Mason Dixon' Series." Vol. 34, no.3, 69-70.

Dotter, Earl. "Photographs of Lasting Value." Vol. 34, no.1, 104-112.

Jungman, Camille S. "Fairy Tales." Vol. 34, no.4, 64-72.

Le Van, Marthe. "Renewed Spirit: A Portfolio of Images by Judith O'Rourke." Vol. 34, no.2, 117-118.

Levine, Ron. "South of the Mason Dixon." Vol. 34, no.3, 71-80.

O'Rourke, Judith. "Renewed Spirit." Vol. 34, no.2, 119-128.

*Names of reviewers given in parentheses.

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Bezner, Lili Corbus. 1997. "DoubleTake's Documentary Ideals." (review essay) Vol. 35, no.2, 93-102.

Bezner, Lili Corbus. 1997. "The Vanquished South: Winslow Homer's Prisoners from the Front. " Vol. 35, no.3, 69-82.

Blend, Benay. 1996. "'I was . . . the very heart of Wildness': Caroline Dormon, Naturalist and Preservation Activist." Vol. 35, no.1, 69-73.

Bonner, Judith K. 1996. "Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture, Part IX." Vol. 35, no.1, 111-122.

Branan, Tonita. 1997. "The Essential Threat of Losing Place: A Query into Elizabeth Spencer's The Salt Line." Vol. 35, no.2, 28-37.

Brantley, Will. 1997. "Lillian Smith, 1897-1997." Vol. 35, no.4, 7-8.

Brasell, R. Bruce. 1997. "Dining at the Table of the Sensitives: Carson McCullers's Peculiarity." Vol. 35, no.4, 59-66.

Cherry, Wynn. 1997. "William Faulkner and Lillian Smith: Two Distinct Journeys." Vol. 35, no.4, 23-30.

Colley, Sharon E. 1997. "Complementary Vulnerability in Four Spencer Women: Ambivalent Cultural Critique." Vol. 35, no.2, 49-53.

Craft, Brigette Wilds. 1997. "Developing on the Margins: A Regional Critique of the Bildungsroman." Vol. 35, no.4, 39-50.

Daniel, Janice B. 1997. "A New Kind of Hero: Harriet Jacobs's 'Incidents.'" Vol. 35, no.3, 7-12.

Desmond, John F. 1997. "Binx Bolling-Walker Percy's Musing Scientist." Vol. 35, no.2, 65-75.

Dixson, Barbara. 1997. "'A Quiet, Intelligent Voice': Thoughts on What Anne Tyler's Book Reviews Reveal About Anne Tyler." Vol. 35, no.4, 81-86.

Downs , C. 1997. "Glasgow 's Barren Ground and Cather's O Pioneers !: Changing the Paradigm." Vol. 35, no.4, 51-58.

Entzminger, Betina. 1997. "Killing the Mermaid: The Femme Fatale in Elizabeth Spencer's The Night Travellers." Vol. 35, no.2, 38-48.

Fick, Thomas H., and Eva Gold. 1997. "Race, Region and the Reconstruction of the Southern Gentleman: The American Race Melodrama in Buckner's Towards the Gulf." Vol. 35, no.3, 29-41.

Foata, Anne. 1996. "Death in the Garden: The Edenic Images in the Fiction of Andrew Lytle." Vol. 35, no.1, 43-54.

Folks, Jeffrey J. 1997. "David Madden's Art and Social Vision." (review essay) Vol. 35, no.4, 117-124.

Frye, Steven. 1997. "Simms's The Yemassee, American Progressivism and the Dialogue of History." Vol. 35, no.3, 83-89.

Gammons, P. Keith. 1997. "Soul Freedom." (review essay) Vol. 35, no.3, 133-136.

Gold, Eva, and Thomas H. Fick. 1997. "Race, Region and the Reconstruction of the Southern Gentleman: The American Race Melodrama in Buckner's Towards the Gulf." Vol. 35, no.3, 29-41.

Guagliardo, Huey. 1997. "'Of Men and Rivers': John M. Barry's Rising Tide." Vol. 35, no.4, 113-116.

Harrison, Beth. 1997. "Lillian Smith as Author and Activist: The Critical Reception of Strange Fruit." Vol. 35, no.4, 17-22.

Harrison, Suzan. 1997. "Mastering Narratives/Subverting Masters: Rhetorics of Race in The Confessions of Nat Turner, Dessa Rose and Celia, A Slavei" Vol. 35, no.3, 13-28.

Huggins, Cynthia E. 1997. "Witnessing by Example: Southern Baptists in Clyde Edgerton's Walking Across Egypt and Killer Diller." Vol. 35, no.3, 91-96.

Hunt, V. 1997. "An Interview with Minnie Bruce Pratt." Vol. 35, no.3, 97-107.

Hurley, Marsha, and Brian Isbell. 1997. "An Interview with James Conaway." Vol. 35, no.3, 109-15.

Johnson, Tonya Stremlau. 1997. "Ellen Gilchrist's Rhoda: Managing the Fiction." Vol. 35, no.4, 87-96.

Kunin, Jason. 1997. "Coloring Warren : Moral Ambiguity in All the King's Men and Its Use in Primary Colors's Treatment of Race." Vol. 35, no.4, 107-112.

McKee, Kathryn. 1997. "Simply Talking: Women and Language in Kaye Gibbons's A Cure for Dreams." Vol. 35, no.4, 97-106.

McLamore, Darcy. 1997. "'Adonis' vs. 'The Queen and Huntress': Transforming the Myth of the Woman Artist in the Later Novels of Caroline Gordon." Vol. 35, no.4, 67-80.

McMillen, Neil R. 1997. " The Politics of Rage." (review essay) Vol. 35, no.3, 129-131.

Miller, Mae. 1996. "Patterns of Nature and Confluence in Eudora Welty's The Optimist's Daughter." Vol. 35, no.1, 55-61.

Murrey, Loretta. 1996. "Dispossession and Regeneration in Mary Lee Settle's Beulah Quintet." Vol. 35, no.1, 62-68.

Myers, John Walker. 1996. "Minnie Evans: Off in the Garden to Talk With God." Vol. 35, no.1, 74-83.

Patrick, Marietta. 1996. "The Dream Sequences in William Gilmore Simms's Castle Dismal." Vol. 35, no.1, 7-12.

Payne, JP. 1997. "Lillian Smith's Strange Fruit." Vol. 35, no.4, 9-16.

Ritter, Alexander. 1996. "Natchez in the Fiction of Three Centuries: Variations of Literary Regionalism in Chateaubriand, Sealsfield and Welty." Vol. 35, no.1, 13-28.

Robbins, Kenneth. 1996. "Planespotting" (memoir). Vol. 35, no.1, 97-104.

Roberts, Terry. 1997. "Finding Gavin Anderson: Elizabeth Spencer's Portrait of the Artist." Vol. 35, no.2, 23-27.

Romine, Scott. 1996. "The Levee and the Garden: Will Percy's Pastoral Aesthetic in Lanterns on the Levee." Vol. 35, no.1, 29-42.

Seidel, Kathryn Lee. 1997. "Madonna in the Marketplace: Art and Economics in Elizabeth Spencer's The Light in the Piazza." Vol. 35, no.2, 16-22.

Shands, Kerstin W. 1997. "Four-telling, Fore-told: Storytelling in Gail Godwin's The Good Husband." Vol. 35, no.2, 77-86.

Snyder, Robert E. 1997. " Photographic Monuments and Moments." (review essay) Vol. 35, no.4, 125-134.

Snyder, Robert E. 1996. "Senses of Place." (review essay) Vol. 35, no.1, 105-110.

Spencer, William C. 1997. "Altered States of Consciousness in Suttree." Vol. 35, no.2, 87-92.

Walter, Roland. 1997. "The Dialectics Between the Act of Writing and the Act of Reading in Alice Walker's The Temple of My Familiar , Glora Naylor's Mama Day and Toni Morrison's Jazz." Vol. 35, no.3, 55-66.

Weyler, Karen A. 1997. "Creating a Community of Readers: Mary MeBane's Exploration of Difference in Mary and Mary, Wayfarer." Vol. 35, no.3, 43-54.

Wimsatt, Mary Ann. 1997. "Old Wrongs Rectified: The Presence of the Past in Fire in the Morning and This Crooked Way." Vol. 35, no.2, 7-15.

Young, Stephen Flinn. 1997. "Meditating on Trailers." (review essay) Vol. 35, no.2, 103-110.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Ashkenzai, Elliott, ed. The Civil War Diary of Clara Solomon: Growing Up in New Orleans , 1861-1862 (Cary Holladay). Vol. 35, no.1, 136.

Bahr, Howard. The Black Flower: A Novel of the Civil War (Lisa C. Hickman). Vol. 35, no.4, 155-156.

Baker, Christina Looper. In A Generous Spirit: A First Person Biography of Myra Page (Dorie LaRue). Vol. 35, no.3, 137-138.

Ball, Howard. Hugo L. Black: Cold Steel Warrior (Sam Worley). Vol. 35, no.4, 156-157.

Bardaglio, Peter W. Reconstructing the Household: Families, Sex and the Law in the Nineteenth Century South (Robert V. Haynes). Vol. 35, no.1, 126-128.

Barry, John M. Rising Tide: The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and How It Changed America (Huey Guagliardo). Vol. 35, no.4, 113-114.

Betts, Doris. The Sharp Teeth of Love (Irving Malin). Vol. 35, no.4, 147-148.

Brown, Kathleen M. Good Wives, Nasty Wenches, and Anxious Patriarchs: Gender, Race, and Power in Colonial Virginia (Beth Harrison). Vol. 35, no.2, 114-116.

Brown, Larry. Father and Son (Lisa C. Hickman). Vol. 35, no.2, 113-114.

Burch-Brown, Carol, and David Rigsbee. Trailers (Stephen Flinn Young). Vol. 35, no.2, 103-110.

Campbell, Edward D. C., Jr., and Kym S. Rice, eds. A Woman's War: Southern Women, Civil War, and the Confederate Legacy (Alice Hall Petry). Vol. 35, no.4, 150-151.

Carter, Dan T. The Politics of Rage: George Wallace, the Origins of the New Conservatism, and the Transformation of American Politics (Neil R. McMillen). Vol. 35, no.3, 129-131.

Childers, Max. The Congregation of the Dead ( Cary Holladay ). Vol. 35, no.1, 138-139.

De Santis, Christopher C., ed. Langston Hughes and the Chicago Defender: Essays on Race, Politics, and Culture, 1942-62 (William L. Howard). Vol. 35, no.2, 117-119.

Dugan, Ellen, ed. Picturing the South: 1860 to the Present (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 35, no.4, 125-126.

Faust, Drew Gilpin. Mothers of Invention: Women of the Slaveholding South in the American Civil War (Jean Mullin Yonke). Vol. 35, no.1, 133-134.

Glissant, Edouard. Faulkner , Mississippi (Marie Lienard). Vol. 35, no.4, 153-154.

Hickman, R. C. Behold the People: R. C. Hickman's Photographs of Black Dallas 1949-1961 (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 35, no.1, 105-110.

Hill, Samuel S. One Name but Several Faces: Variety in Popular Christian Denominations in Southern History (P. Keith Gammons). Vol. 35, no.3, 133-136.

Hollandsworth, James G., Jr. The Louisiana Native Guards: The Black Military Experience During the Civil War (Christopher C. De Santis). Vol. 35, no.1, 134-136.

Holman, David Marion. A Certain Slant of Light: Regionalism and the Form of Southern and Midwestern Fiction (Frank Shelton). Vol. 35, no.1, 123-124.

James, Judith Giblin. Wunderkind: The Reputation of Carson McCullers, 1940-1950 (Will Brantley). Vol. 35, no.4, 161-162.

Kissel, Susan. Moving On: The Heroines of Shirley Ann Grau, Anne Tyler and Gail Godwin (Mara Lynn McFadden). Vol. 35, no.4, 146-147.

Koloski, Bernard. Kate Chopin: Study of the Short Fiction (Lee Emling Harding). Vol. 35, no.4, 148-149.

LeClercq, Anne Sinkler Whaley. An Antebellum Plantation Household. Including the South Carolina Low Country Receipts and Remedies of Emily Wharton Sinkler (James E. Kibler). Vol. 35, no.4, 157-158.

Madden, David. Sharpshooter (Jeffrey J. Folks). Vol. 35, no.4, 117-118.

McMullen, Joanne Halleran. Writing against God: Language as Message in the Literature of Flannery O'Connor (Edward J. Dupuy). Vol. 35, no.2, 116-117.

Mixon, Wayne. The People's Writer: Erskine Caldwell and the South (Erik Bledsoe). Vol. 35, no.1, 125-126.

Nordan, Lewis. Lightning Song (Lisa C. Hickman). Vol. 35, no.4, 160-161.

Phillips, Robert, ed. William Goyen: Selected Letters From a Writer's Life (Cary Holladay). Vol. 35, no.2, 112-113.

Plant, Deborah G. Every Tub Must Sit on Its Own Bottom: The Philosophy and Politics of Zora Neale Hurston (Will Brantley). Vol. 35, no.1, 128-129.

Rodman, Gilbert B. Elvis After Elvis: The Posthumous Career of a Living Legend (Irving Malin). Vol. 35, no.4, 138-139.

Rubin, Louis D., Jr. Babe Ruth's Ghost and Other Historical and Literary Speculations (Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr.). Vol. 35, no.2, 111-112.

Scully, Julia . Disfarmer: Heber Springs Portraits 1939-1946 (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 35, no.4, 112-113.

Shroder, Tom, and John Barry. See the Light: Wilderness and Salvation, a Photographer's Tale (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 35, no.1, 105-110.

Simms, William Gilmore. Poetry and the Practical. Ed. James Everett Kibler, Jr. (Miriam J. Shillingsburg). Vol. 35, no.4, 149-150.

_______. Tales of the South . Ed. Mary Ann Wimsatt (James E. Kibler). Vol. 35, no.1, 140-141.

Simone, Chip. On Common Ground: Photographs from the Crossroads of the New South (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 35, no.1, 105-110.

Sims, Patsy. Can Somebody Shout Amen! Inside the Tents and Tabernacles of American Revivalists (P. Keith Gammons). Vol. 35, no.3, 133-136.

Stack, Trudy Wilner. Christenberry Reconstruction: The Art of William Christenberry (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 35, no.4, 125.

Stephens, C. Ralph, and Lynda B. Salamon, eds. The Craft of Peter Taylor (Sara Lewis Dunne). Vol. 35, no.1, 129-130.

Stephens, Robert O. The Family Saga in the South: Generations and Destinies (Alice Hall Petry). Vol. 35, no.2, 120-121.

Stevenson, Brenda E. Life in Black and White: Family and Community in the Slave South (Robert V. Haynes). Vol. 35, no.1, 126-128.

Tate, Linda. A Southern Weave of Women: Fiction of the Contemporary South (Frank W. Shelton). Vol. 35, no.1, 137-138.

Tickle, Phyllis, ed. HomeWorks: A Book of Tennessee Writers (Lisa C. Hickman). Vol. 35, no.1, 132-133.

Unrue, Darlene Harbour . Katherine Anne Porter's Poetry (Dorie LaRue). Vol. 35, no.1, 124-125.

Upton, Dell, ed. Madaline: Love and Survival in Antebellum New Orleans (Ellen Weinauer). Vol. 35, no.2, 119-120.

Van Dover, J. K., and John F. Jebb. Isn't Justice Always Unfair? The Detective Novel in Southern Literature (Donna Waller Harper). Vol. 35, no.4, 159-160.

Van Ness, Gordon. Striking In: The Early Notebooks of James Dickey (Ernest Suarez). Vol. 35, no.3, 139.

Vetter, Cyril E. Fonville Winans' Louisiana : Politics, People, and Places (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 35, no.1, 105-110.

Weaks, Mary Louise, and Carolyn Perry. Southern Women's Writing: Colonial to Contemporary (Dorie LaRue). Vol. 35, no.1, 139-140.

Weinstein, Philip M. What Else But Love? The Ordeal of Race in Faulkner and Morrison (Julie Buckner Armstrong). Vol. 35, no.4, 152-153.

Whites, LeeAnn. The Civil War as a Crisis in Gender: Augusta , Georgia (Ellen Weinauer). Vol. 35, no.1, 130-132.

Winchell, Mark Royden. Cleanth Brooks and the Rise of Modern Criticism (Paul H. Schmidt). Vol. 35, no.4, 145-146.

*FILMS REVIEWED

Anderson, Wes, dir. Bottle Rocket (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 35, no.1, 144-145.

Berlinger, Joe, and Bruce Sinofsky, dir., prod., ed. Paradise Lost: The Child Murders of Robin Hood Hills (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 35, no.2, 123-124.

Cutler, R. J., and David Van Taylor, dir., prod. A Perfect Candidate (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 35, no.4, 164.

Pearce, Richard, dir. A Family Thing (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 35, no.1, 143-144.

Thornton, Billy Bob, dir. Sling Blade (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 35, no.4, 163.

*EXHIBITION REVIEW

"Jasper Johns: A Retrospective" (Stephen Flinn Young). Vol. 35, no.3, 141-142.

*PERFORMANCE REVIEW

Demetrius Klein Dance Company (Sally Radell). Vol. 35, no.1, 146-148.

PORTFOLIOS

Amberg, Rob. "I-26 and the Will of God." Vol. 35, no.3, 119-127.

Escalante, Monica. Photographs. Vol. 35, no.2, 56-64.

Gowin, Elijah. "Hymnal of Dreams." Vol. 35, no.1, 88-96.

Gray, Sam. "I-26 and the Will of God: Introduction." Vol. 35, no.3, 117.

McEwen, William. Vol. 35, no.4, 135-144.

Raffin, Daniel J. "Backwaters." Vol. 35, no.2, 55.

Watson, April M. "Backyard Rituals: An Interview with Elijah Gowin." Vol. 35, no.1, 84-87.

*Names of reviewers given in parentheses.

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Baecker, Diann L. 1998. "Telling It in Black and White: The Importance of the Africanist Presence in To Kill a Mockingbird." Vol. 36, no.3, 124-132.

Beilke, Debra. 1998. "'Yowin' and Jawin': Humor and Performance of Identity in Zora Neale Hurston's Jonah's Gourd Vine." Vol. 36, no.3, 21-33.

Bennett, Barbara. 1997. "'Reality Burst Forth': Truth, Lies, and Secrets in the Novels of Jill McCorkle." Vol. 36, no.1, 107-122.

Berry, Jason. 1998. "William Russell and His Collection: A Historical Perspective." Vol. 36, no.2, 81-94.

Bezner, Lili Corbus. 1998. "Photographer Bayard Wootten in 1930s Appalachia." Vol. 36, No. 4, 21-37.

Blanton, Casey. 1998. "Introduction: Many Voices, Many Souths." Vol. 36, no.4, 7-9.

Bonner, Judith. 1997. "Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture: Part X." Vol. 36, no.1, 149-168.

Canada, Mark. 1998. "The Right Brain in Poe's Creative Process." Vol. 36, no.4, 96-105.

Caron, Timothy P. 1998. "'Tell Ole Pharoah to Let My People Go': Communal Deliverance in Zora Neale Hurston's Moses, Man of the Mountain." Vol. 36, no.3, 47-60.

Champion, Laurie. 1998. "Telling a Life." (review essay). Vol. 36, no.2, 133-136.

Dalessio, William, Jr. 1997. " A Lifetime Burning and Can't Quit You, Baby: Acknowledging, Challenging, and Replacing 'Comfortable Lies.'" Vol. 36, no.1, 99-106.

De Santis, Christopher C. 1997. "Refiguring Literary Images of an All-White Eden." (review essay) Vol. 36, no.1, 145-157.

Dietzel, Susanne B. 1998. "Consuming Southern Landscapes: Visual Representations of the American South." Vol. 36, no.4, 39-49.

Donahue, Peter. 1997. "Genteel Companions: The Narrators in Peter Taylor's The Oracle at Stoneleigh Court." Vol. 36, no.1, 37-42.

Fine, Laura. 1998. "Gender Conflicts and Their 'Dark' Projections in Coming of Age White Female Southern Novels." Vol. 36, no.4, 121-129.

Gammons, P. Keith. 1998. "The South of the Mind: The Changing Myth of the Lost Cause in the Life and Work of F. Scott Fitzgerald." Vol. 36, no.4, 106-112.

Gillespie, Don. 1998. "William Russell: American Percussion Composer." Vol. 36, no.2, 34-55.

Horvath, Brooke. 1998. "Who Died and Made Us Elvis?" (review essay). Vol. 36, no.4, 141-145.

Hurston, Zora Neale. 1998. "Three by Zora Neale Hurston: Story, Essay, and Play." Vol. 36, no.3, 94-102.

Jackson, Richard. 1998. "Maple Leaf Rag: Bill Russell and His Jazz Collection at The Historic New Orleans Collection." Vol. 36, no.2, 63-72.

Josyph, Peter. 1997. "Older Professions: The Fourth Wall of The Stonemason." Vol. 36, no.1, 137-144.

Kukla, John. 1998. "Bill Russell: An American Ensemble." Vol. 36, no.2, 7-9.

Lawrence, John H. 1998. "Pictures Worth a Thousand Notes: The Photographic Holdings of the William Russell Collection." Vol. 36, no.2, 57-62.

Lawson, Lewis A. 1997. "Will Barrett and the Myth of Marsyas." Vol. 36, no.1, 5-24.

Lemmon, Alfred A. 1998. "The William Russell Collection: Providing Care and Access." Vol. 36, no.2, 73-79.

Lester, Neal A. 1998. "Sounds of Silent Performances: Homoeroticism in Zora Neale Hurston's 'Story in Harlem Slang: Jelly's Tale.'" Vol. 36, no.3, 10-20.

Lillios, Anna. 1998. "Introduction." (Zora Neale Hurston Special Feature). Vol. 36, no.3, 7-9.

Lillios, Anna. 1998. "'The Monstropolous Beast': The Hurricane in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God." Vol. 36, no.3, 89-93.

Lowe, John. 1998. "'Seeing Beyond Seeing': Zora Neale Hurston's Religion(s)." Vol. 36, no.3, 77-87.

Martyn, Barry. 1998. "Bill Russell as Record Producer: A Tribute." Vol. 36, no.2, 27-32.

McCord, Charline R. 1998. "'I Have to Know Where These Characters Have Walked': An Interview with Carolyn Haines." Vol. 36, no.4, 130-140.

McCord, Charline R. 1998. "'I Still See with a Southern Eye': An Interview with Jill McCorkle." Vol. 36, no.3, 103-112.

Moore, Jack B. 1998. "That's What I (Don't) Like About Picturing the South." Vol. 36, no.4, 50-57.

Morrison, Lucy. 1997. "Beyond Words and Silence: Classical Music in William Styron's Sophie's Choice." Vol. 36, no.1, 85-97.

Nordstrom, Alison Devine. 1998. "(Re)Presenting the South: Six Contemporary Photographers." Vol. 36, no.4, 58-60.

Orser, Frank. 1998. "Tracy L'Engle Angas and Zora Neale Hurston: Correspondence and Friendship." Vol. 36, no.3, 61-67.

Puchek, Peter. 1997. "Faulkner's Light in August: Epiphany, Eternity, and Time." Vol. 36, no.1, 25-36.

Raeburn, Bruce Boyd. 1998. "The Musical Worlds of William Russell." Vol. 36, no.2, 11-18.

Smith, Katharine Capshaw. 1998. "Conflicting Visions of the South in Grace King's Memories of a Southern Woman of Letters." Vol. 36, no.3, 133-145.

Snyder, Robert E. 1998. "In the Hood: African American Photography." (review essay). Vol. 36, no.4, 83-95.

Speisman, Barbara. 1998. "From 'Spears' to The Great Day : Zora Neale Hurston's Vision of a Real Negro Theater." Vol. 36, no.3, 34-46.

Stout, Janis P. 1998. "Katherine Anne Porter and Mark Twain at the Circus." Vol. 36, no.3, 113-123.

Sugarman, Helen Lynn. 1998. "'He was getting it involved with himself': Identity and Reflexivity in William Faulkner's Light in August and Absalom, Absalom!" Vol. 36, no.2, 95-102.

Thornton, Naoko Fuwa. 1997. "A Hilarious Destruction: The Ponder Heart as a Metanarrative." Vol. 36, no.1, 43-50.

Trefzer, Annette. 1998. "Floating Homes and Signifiers in Hurston's and Rawlings's Autobiobiographies." Vol. 36, no.3, 68-76.

Vosmeier, Sarah McNair. 1998. "Seeing the South: Family Photograph Albums and Family History, 1860-1930." Vol. 36, no.4, 10-29.

Wagner, William Frederick. 1998. "A Brother Remembers William Russell." Vol. 36, no.2, 19-26.

Wallach, Rick. 1998. "From Beowulf to Blood Meridian: Cormac McCarthy's Demystification of the Martial Code." Vol. 36, no.4, 113-20.

Warren, Colleen. 1997. "(R)evolutions of Change: Female Alterability in 'The Children' and 'At The Landing.'" Vol. 36, no.1, 51-63.

Wegner, John. "Whose Story Is It?: History and Fiction in Cormac McCarthy's All the Pretty Horses." Vol. 36, No. 2, 103-110.

Wetta, Stephen. "Epic and Novel in Cabell's Silver Stallion." Vol. 36, No. 1, 75-84.

Whited, Lana A. "Suicide in Beth Henley's Crimes of the Heart and Marsha Norman's 'night, Mother." Vol. 36, No. 1, 65-74..

Williams, Lynn Barstis. 1998. "Printmaking as a Bozart of the South: 1914-1947." Vol. 36, no.2, 111-132.

*BOOKS REVIEWED

Allison, Dorothy. Cavedweller (Lisa C. Hickman). Vol. 36, no. 4, 158-159.

Ashmore, Harry S. Civil Rights and Wrongs: A Memoir of Race and Politics (John Dittmer). Vol. 36, no.1, 170-171.

Bailey, Fred Arthur. William Edward Dodd: The South's Yeoman Scholar (Sam Worley). Vol. 36, no.4, 157-158.

Bassett, John E., ed. Defining Southern Literature: Perspectives and Assessments, 1831-1952 (Thomas E. Dasher). Vol. 36, no.2, 137-138.

Brady, Rowena Ferrell. Things Remembered: An Album of African Americans in Tampa (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 36, no.4, 83-95.

Bragg, Rick. All Over But the Shoutin' (Lisa Hickman). Vol. 36, no.3, 148-150.

Burke, James Lee. Cimarron Rose (Frank W. Shelton). Vol. 36, no.2, 140-142.

Crews, Harry. Celebration: A Novel (Lisa Hickman). Vol. 36, no.4, 154-155.

Davis, Rose Parkman. Zora Neale Hurston: An Annotated Bibliography and Reference Guide (Genevieve West). Vol. 36, no.4, 155-156.

Desmond, John F. At the Crossroads: Ethical and Religious Themes in the Writings of Walker Percy (Gary Ciuba). Vol. 36, no.3, 147-148.

Evans, Elizabeth. Doris Betts (Irving Malin). Vol. 36, no.4, 156-157.

Fleischmann, Arnold B., and Carol Pierannunzi. Politics in Georgia (Victor A. Kramer). Vol. 36, no.4, 159-160.

Folks, Jeffrey J., and James A. Perkins, eds. Southern Writers at Century's End (Frank W. Shelton). Vol. 36, no.4, 149-150.

Gray, Michael, and Roger Osborne. The Elvis Atlas: A Journey Through Elvis Presley's America (Brooke Horvath). Vol. 36, no.4, 141-145.

Greene, J. Lee. Blacks in Eden: The African American Novel's First Century (Christopher C. De Santis). Vol. 36, no.1, 145-157.

Harris, Susan. The Courtship of Olivia Langdon and Mark Twain (Laura Skandera-Tombley). Vol. 36, no.3, 151-152.

Jones, Madison. Nashville 1864 (Frank W. Shelton). Vol. 36, no.2, 139-140.

Kartiganer, Donald M., and Ann J. Abadie, eds. Faulkner and Gender: Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha, 1994 (Deborah Wilson). Vol. 36, no.1, 171-172.

Marling, Karal Ann. Graceland: Going Home with Elvis (Brooke Horvath). Vol. 36, no.4, 141-145.

Mauskopf, Norman. A Time Not Here: The Mississippi Delta (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 36, no.4, 83-95.

McCay, Mary A. Ellen Gilchrist (Lee Emling Harding). Vol. 36, no.4, 160.

Meads, Kat. Born Southern and Restless (Dorie LaRue). Vol. 36, no.2, 142-143.

Morris, Ann, and Henrietta Ambrose. North Webster: A Photographic History of a Black Community (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 36, no.4, 83-95.

Phelts, Marsha Dean. An American Beach for African Americans (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 36, no.4, 83-95.

Pickering, Sam. The Blue Caterpillar (Dorie LaRue). Vol. 36, no.2, 138-139.

Pride, Richard A. The Confession of Dorothy Danner: Telling a Life (Laurie Champion). Vol. 36, no.2, 133-136.

Reed, Eli. Black in America (Robert E. Snyder). Vol. 36, no.4, 83-95.

Rodman, Gilbert B. Elvis after Elvis: The Posthumous Career of a Living Legend (Brooke Horvath). Vol. 36, no.4, 141-145.

Rudolph, Leighton, and Ethel C. Simpson, eds. The Selected Letters of John Gould Fletcher (Edward Butscher). Vol. 36, no.1, 169-170.

Smith, Mark A. Mastered by the Clock: Time, Slavery, and Freedom in the American South (Robert V. Haynes). Vol. 36, no.3, 150-151.

Spielman, David G. (photography), and William W. Starr (text). Southern Writers (James H. Justus). Vol. 36, no.4, 147-149.

Whitmer, Peter. The Inner Elvis: A Psychological Biography of Elvis Aaron Presley (Brooke Horvath). Vol. 36, no.4, 141-145.

Williams, Susan Millar. A Devil and a Good Woman, Too: The Lives of Julia Peterkin (Barbara Ewell). Vol. 36, no.4, 152-154.

Wills, Gregory A. Democratic Freedom: Authority and Church Discipline in the Baptist South, 1785-1900 (Robert M. Calhoon). Vol. 36, no.1, 172-173.

Zimmer, Anne Carter. The Robert E. Lee Family Cooking and Housekeeping Book (Marie Tyler McGraw). Vol. 36, no.4, 150-152.

*FILMS REVIEWED

Lemmons, Kasi, writer, dir. Eve's Bayou (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 36, no.4, 161-162.

Lipscomb, Steven, prod., dir. Battle for the Minds (Steven G. Kellman). Vol. 36, no.2, 145-146.

PORTFOLIOS

Burris, Bruce. "Trail a fears." Drawings. Vol. 36, no.1, 129-136.

Redlin, Meredith. "Cultural Hierarchy on the 'trail a fears': The Drawings of Bruce Burris." Vol. 36, no.1, 125.

"(Re)Presenting the South: Six Contemporary Photographers." Vol. 36, no.4, 65-80.

*Names of reviewers given in parentheses.

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