Faulkner, Sut, and Other Southerners: Essays in Literary History

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction: Literature in the South xv
  • William Faulkner 1
  • Faulkner as Humorist 3
  • Faulkner and Popular Culture 17
  • Notes 26
  • Faulkner in the Soviet Union 29
  • Notes 44
  • Sut Lovingood 49
  • The Nature of a "Nat'Ral Born Durn'D Fool" 51
  • Notes 71
  • The Satiric Artistry of George Washington Harris 77
  • Notes 86
  • Faulkner, Sut, and Southern Humor 89
  • Notes 102
  • Other Southerners 105
  • William Byrd of Westover: the First Southern Gentleman and Author 107
  • Notes 116
  • The Legacy of John Donald Wade 119
  • Notes 133
  • Robert Penn Warren's American Novel of Ideas 139
  • Jesse Stuart's Achievement 145
  • Notes 153
  • Tennessee Williams and His Cats 155
  • Notes 162
  • Eudora Welty's Comic Sensibility 163
  • Notes 169
  • The Agrarians 171
  • The Relevance of I'Ll Take My Stand 173
  • Notes 186
  • The Great Agrarian Debate 189
  • Notes 197
  • The Fugitives and the Agrarians 199
  • Notes 205
  • Afterword the Study of Southern Literature: A Bibliographic Essay 207
  • Publications on Southern Literature by M. Thomas Inge 219
  • Index 229
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