Academic journal article The Southern Literary Journal

Index: Volumes XVIII-XXII (1985-1990)

Academic journal article The Southern Literary Journal

Index: Volumes XVIII-XXII (1985-1990)

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A cumulative index for Volumes XXIII-XXVII will appear in the Spring issue of 1995.    ESSAYS                                                        Vol., No.   Page A Closer Walk with Thee:   Flannery O'Connor and Southern   Fundamentalists (Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr.)          XVIII, 2       3 A Hut and Three Houses:   Gail Godwin, Carl Jung and The Finishing School   (Anne Cheney)                                        XXI, 2        64 A Prologue to Rebellion: The Awakening   and the Habit of Self-Expression (Joseph R. Urgo)    XX, 1         22 "Alway's a Man (Like You)": Tom Wicker's   Facing the Lions and the Southern Politician   (Charmaine Allmon Mosby)                             XIX, 1        16 An Openness to Otherness: The Imaginative Vision   of Eudora Welty (Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr.)          XX, 2         69 At the Edge of Sound and Silence: Conrad Aiken's   "Senlin: A Biography" and "Silent Snow,   Secret Snow" (Jesse G. Swan)                         XXII, 1       41 Barth's Use of the Bust of Laocoon in   The End of the Road (Joyce Dyer)                     XIX, 2        54 "Black Ulysses Singing": Odom's Folkloristic   Trilogy (Lynn Moss Sanders)                          XXII, 1      107 Carson McCullers and the Female Wunderkind   (Constance M. Perry)                                 XIX, 1        36 City Folks in Hoot Owl Holler: Narrative   Strategy in Lee Smith's Oral History   (Suzanne W. Jones)                                   XX, 1        101 Confederate Drama: The Plays of   John Hill Hewitt and James Dabney McCabe   (Charles S. Watson)                                  XXI. 2       100 Dandy versus Squatter: An Earlier Round   (Cecil D. Eby)                                       XX, 1         33 Downhome Feminists in Shiloh   and Other Stories (G.O. Morphew)                     XXI, 2        41 Engaging the Past: Peter Taylor's   "The Old Forest" (David M. Robinson)                 XXII, 2       63 Eudora Welty's Dance With Darkness:   The Robber Bridegroom (Barbara Harrell Carson)       XX, 2         51 Expanding the Limits: The Intersection of   Race and Region (Thadious Davis)                     XX, 2          3 Family and Community in Anne Tyler's   Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant   (Paula Gallant Eckard)                               XXII, 2       33 Faulkner as Surrealist: The Persistence of   Memory in Light in August (Eileen T. Bender)         XVIII, 1 Faulkner's Theban Saga: Light in August   (Debra T. Modelmog)                                  XVIII, 1      13 Finding One's History: Bobbie Ann Mason   and Contemporary Southern Literature   (Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr.)                          XIX, 2        20 Founding a Literary Friendship: Allen Tate   and Robert Lowell (William Doreski)                  XXI, 2        72 Gavin Stevens in Faulkner's Intruder in the Dust:   Only Too Rhetorical Rhetoric? (Jean E. Graham)       XXII, 2       78 George W. Cable's The Cavalier, an American   Best Seller and Theatrical     Attraction (Elaine Ware)                           XIX, 2        70 Grace King: Woman-as-Artist (Clara Juncker)            XX, 1         37 Growing Up Female: The Creative Pattern of   Sylvia Wilkinson (Joyce M. Pair)                     XIX, 2        47 Harriet Jacobs' Narrative Strategies: Incidents   in the Life of a Slave Girl (Thomas Doherty)         XIX, 1        79 Illusion and Archetype: The Curious Story of   Edna PonteUier (Wayne Batten)                        XVIII, 1      73 In and Out the Circle: The Individual and the   Clan in Eudora Welty's Delta Wedding   (Sharlee Mullins Glenn)                              XXII, 1       50 In the Midst of a Noisome Swamp: The Landscape   of Henry Clay Lewis (Edward Watts)                   XXII, 2      119 Inventing Modern Southern Fiction:   A Postmodern View (Julius Rowan Raper)               XXII, 2 John Barth's Chimera: Men and Women Under   the Myth (Julius Rowan Raper)                        XXII, 1       17 "Just the doing of it": Southern Women Writers   and the Idea of Community (Linda Wagner-Martin)      XXII,        219 Language and Love in Walker Percy's   The Second Coming (Michael Pearson)                  XX, 1         89 Lie Down in Darkness: A Story of Two Processions   (Lucille M. … 
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