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Articles from The Mississippi Quarterly (January 1, 2013)

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"It may be that there is no place for any of us": homosexuality, communism, and the politics of nostalgia in Capote's The Grass Harp. Fahy, Thomas Critical essay 10169
"Too little to count as looking": blackness and the formation of the white feminine in Eudora Welty's The Golden Apples. Schrock, Laura J. Critical essay 8085
"Were just what we are, little Manty": racial passing in Robert Penn Warren's Band of Angels. Salyer, Matthew Critical essay 6620
"You have even been to lady school": Pierre Bourdieu, Lee Smith, and new gender theory for Southern literature. Patterson, Laura Sloan Essay 10691
Choctaw homescapes: LeAnne Howe's Gulf Coast. Squint, Kirstin L. Essay 8931
Conversations with Natasha Trethewey. Millichap, Joseph Book review 1088
Delta Fragments: The Recollections of a Sharecropper's Son. Miller, R. Baxter Book review 1247
Ghosts of Southern imperialism: Caribbean space, functions of fiction, and Thomas Nelson Page's "No Haid Pawn". Hagood, Taylor Critical essay 8211
Reviewing the South: Lillian Smith, South Today, and the origins of literary canons. Dominy, Jordan J. Essay 8589
Selected Film Essays and Interviews. Gleeson-White, Sarah Book review 958
Six Poets from the Mountain South. Clark, Jim Book review 1110

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