Reinventing the South: Versions of a Literary Region

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Index
Abbey Theatre, 57
Abolitionism, 112
Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 105
Accent (magazine), 193
Adam and Eve, 228
Adams, Henry, 10, 15
Adams, John Quincy, 15
African Americans, xi, 122
Agar, Herbert, 6; Who Owns America: A New Declaration of Independence, 6, 7, 11, 105, 116
Agee, James, xi
Agrarianism, xi, xii, 4–11, 15–20 passim, 36, 66, 69, 70, 81, 83, 102–20 passim, 137, 207
Aiken, Conrad, 128
Albee, Edward, 161; Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 161
Aldington, Richard, 19
Alger, Horatio, 208
Allen, Gracie, 102
Allen, Hervey, xi
Allen, Woody: Take the Money and Run, 208
American Conservative (magazine), xiii
American Heritage (magazine), 240
American Review (magazine), 5, 114, 115, 116, 117, 122
Anderson, Sherwood: Winesburg, Ohio, 220
Angelou, Maya, 10
Anglo-Catholicism, 108
Anglicanism, 49
Antioch Review, 128
Anti-Odysseus theme, 163, 167
Anti-Semitism, 115, 121
Apollo, 53, 63
Apollonian, 54–62 passim
Apostle's Creed, 109
Appomattox Court House, ix
Arkansas, 14, 15
Arnold, Matthew, 69; "Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse," 54
Ashbery, John, 72
Asheville, North Carolina, 113
Atlantic Monthly (magazine), 128
Auden, W. H., 43, 48–50, 55, 62, 80, 117
—Works: A Certain World, 50; Collected Poetry, 49; For the Time Being, 50; "New Year's Letter," 49; "September 1, 1939," 49
Bacon, Francis, 28, 216
Barker, George, 43
Barnouw, A. J., 70
Barr, Mammy Caroline, 156, 160
Barrow, Clyde, 208
Barth, John, 239
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 11, 44
Baudelaire, Charles, 55, 56
Beach, Joseph Warren, 49
Beat Poets, 61, 62
Beckett, Samuel, 61, 228
Bedford, Denton R.: Isali, 218
Beethoven, Ludwig von, ix
Bell, Vereen, 223, 226, 234, 240; The Achievement of Cormac McCarthy, 241

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Part One - The Nashville Renascence 1
  • 1: This Land is Your Land 3
  • 2: Arkansas Traveler 10
  • 3: Renaissance Man 22
  • 4: The Legacy of Monroe K. Spears 42
  • 5: Incarnate Words 76
  • 6: [What They Have to Say About Us] 104
  • Part Two - The Lower South 125
  • 7: The Faulkner Wars 127
  • 8: Family Values in Go Down, Moses 139
  • 9: Why Streetcar Keeps Running 161
  • 10: Come Back to the Locker Room Ag'In, Brick Honey! 176
  • 11: The Achievement of William Humphrey 189
  • 12: Scum of the Earth 223
  • Index 243
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