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Index to Volumes 27 to 31

27 (1988-89) - 28 (1989-90) - 29 (1990-91) - 30 (1991-92) - 31 (1992-93)


Vol. 27 1988-89 Back to Top

Abbott, Reginald. 1989. "A Southern Lady Still: A Reinterpretation of Frances Percy Newman's The Hard-Boiled Virgin." Vol. 27, no.4, 49-70.

Amberg, Robert. 1989. "Portfolio of Photographs." Vol. 27, no.4, 31-48.

Arnold, Edwin T. 1989. "An Interview with Virginia Caldwell." Vol. 27, no.3, 99-110.

_______. 1989. "Introduction," (Caldwell Issue). Vol. 27, no.3, 4-8.

Arnold, Marilyn. 1989. "Somnambulism in San Francisco: Eudora Welty's Western Story." Vol. 27, no.4, 16-24.

Arrington, Melvin S., Jr. 1989. "Herschel Brickell: The Spanish Connection." Vol. 27, no.4, 79-100.

Bloom, Ken. 1989. "Interview with Robert Amberg." Vol. 27, no.4, 25-30.

Bolsterli, Margaret Jones. 1989. "Reflections on Lillian Smith and the Guilts of the Betrayer." Vol. 27, no.4, 71-78.

Bonner, Judith. 1989. " Art and Letters: An Illustrated Periodical of Nineteenth-Century New Orleans." Vol. 27, no.2, 59-76.

Cook, Sylvia J. 1989. "Caldwell's Fiction: Growing Towards Trash?" Vol. 27, no.3, 49-58.

Eskew, Harry. 1989. "German Contributions to the Musical Culture of New Orleans." Vol. 27, no.2, 25-39.

Hersey, John. 1989. "Tribute to Erskine Caldwell." Vol. 27, no.3, 9-14.

Hoag, Ronald Wesley. 1989. "Canonize Caldwell's Georgia Boy: A Case for Resurrection." Vol. 27, no.3, 73-85.

Howard, William L. 1989. "Caldwell on Stage and Screen." Vol. 27, no.3, 59-72.

Kitajima, Fujisato. 1989. "Caldwell in Japan," Vol. 27, no.3, 42-48.

KIevar, Harvey L. 1989. "Caldwell's Women." Vol. 27, no. 3, 15-35.

_______. 1989. "Interview with Helen Caldwell Cushman." Vol. 27, no.3, 86-98.

Lemmon, Alfred. 1989. "New Orleans Popular Sheet Music Imprints: The Latin Tinge Prior to 1900." Vol. 27, no.2, 41-57.

Lohrenz, Mary. 1988. "Two Lives Intertwined on a Tennessee Plantation: Textile Production as Recorded in the Diary of Narcissa L. Erwin Black." Vol. 27, no.1, 73-93.

Masson, Ann and Bryce Reveley. 1988. "When Life's Brief Sun Was Set: Portraits of Southern Women in Mourning, 1830-1860." Vol. 27, no.1, 33-56.

Morrow, Mary Sue."Singing and Drinking in New Orleans: The Social and Musical Functions of Nineteenth-Century German Männerchöre." Vol. 27, no.2, 5-24.

Palmer, Heather. 1988. "Where Is Nineteenth-Century Southern Decorative Needlework?" Vol. 27, no.1, 57-71.

Petry, Alice Hall. 1989. "Miss O'Connor and Mrs. Mitchell: The Example of 'Everything That Rises.'" Vol. 27, no.4, 5-15.

Reveley, Bryce, and Ann Masson. 1988."When Life's Brief Sun Was Set: Portraits of Southern Women in Mourning, 1830-1860." Vol. 27, no.1, 33-56.

Stamper, Anita. 1988. "Introduction: Clothing as Artifact, an Emerging Field." Vol. 27, no.1, 4-7.

_______. 1988. "One Woman's Work: Clothing the Family in Nineteenth-Century Mississippi." Vol. 27, no.1, 95-104.

Stephens, Robert O. 1989. "Tourgée's Bricks Without Straw : History, Fiction and Irony." Vol. 27, no.4, 101-110.

Tandberg, Gerilyn. 1988. "Decoration and Decorum: Accessories of Nineteenth-Century Women." Vol. 27, no.1, 9-31.

Terrie, Henry. 1989. "Caldwell at Dartmouth." Vol. 27, no.3, 36-41.

Watson, Charles S. 1989. "The First Modern Dramatist of the South: Espy Williams." Vol. 27, no.2, 77-91.


Carpenter, Lucas, ed. The Autobiography of John Gould Fletcher (Thomas Daniel Young). Vol. 27, no.4, 116-117.

Dance, Helen Oakley. Stormy Monday: The T-Bone Walker Story (Arthur F. Kinney). Vol. 27, no.2, 101-103.

Desmond, John F. Risen Sons: Flannery O'Connor's Vision of History (Michael Kowalewski). Vol. 27, no.4, 112-113.

Dunn, Durwood. Cades Cove: The Life and Death of a Southern Appalachian Community, 1818-1937 (Thomas D. Clark). Vol. 27, no.4, 122-123.

Frankl, Razelle. Televangelism: The Marketing of Popular Religion (Alan Woolfolk). Vol. 27, no.2, 105-107.

Henderson, George W. Ollie Miss (Donald R. Noble). Vol. 27, no.4, 114-115

Hobson, Linda Whitney, ed. Walker Percy: A Comprehensive Descriptive Bibliography (Lewis A. Lawson). Vol. 27, no.4, 117-118.

Kupperman, Karen Ordahl, ed. Captain John Smith: A Select Edition of His Writings (Carla Mulford). Vol. 27, no.4, 120-122.

Lamis, Alexander P. The Two-Party South (Randall H. Harber). Vol. 27, no.4, 125-126.

Lockridge, Kenneth A. The Diary, and Life of William Byrd II of Virginia, 1673-1744 (J. A. Leo Lemay). Vol. 27, no.2, 107-109.

Moser, Charlotte. Clyde Connell: The Art and Life of a Louisiana Woman (Susan V. Donaldson). Vol. 27, no.4, 111-112.

Reed, John Shelton. Southern Folk, Plain and Fancy: Native White Social Types (James G. Flanagan). Vol. 27, no.2, 103-105.

Rowe, Anne E. The Idea of Florida in the American Literary Imagination (Diane Roberts). Vol. 27, no.2, 97-99.

Russell, James Michael. Atlanta 1847-1890: City Building in the Old South and the New (Samuel Wilson, Jr.). Vol. 27, no.4, 127-128.

Waldron, Ann. Close Connections: Caroline Gordon and the Southern Renaissance (Donald R. Noble). Vol. 27, no.2, 95-97.

Waller, Anita L. Feud: Hatfields, McCoys, and Social Change in Appalachia: 1860-1900 (Mary M. Dunlap). Vol. 27, no.4, 124-125.

Williams, Michael J. S. A World of Words: Language and Displacement in the Fiction of Edgar Allen Poe (Kenneth Watson). Vol. 27, no.2, 99-101.

Wolfe, Margaret Ripley. Kingsport, Tennessee: A Planned American City (Edward L. Blake, Jr.). Vol. 27, no.2, 109-110.

Young, Thomas Daniel, and Elizabeth Sarcone, eds. The Lytle-Tate Letters: The Correspondence of Andrew Lytle and Allen Tate (Robert C. Petersen). Vol. 27, no.2, 93-95.


Alvarez, Louis and Andrew Kolker, prod. and dir. American Tongues (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 27, no.4, 129-131.

Dunlap, Benjamin, prod. and writ., and Jim McMahan, dir. Tales of the Unknown South (Carol M. Ward). Vol. 27, no.2, 111-112.

Smith, Rick, writ. and ed. Uncle Earl (Gerry K. Veeder). Vol. 27, no.2, 113-114.

Snyder, Karen, prod. View from the Stoop (H. Wayne Schuth). Vol. 27, no.4, 131-133.

Spitzer, Nicholas R., dir. Zydeco: Creole Music and Culture in Rural Louisiana (Robert Arnett). Vol. 27, no.4, 133-134.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.


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Vol. 28 1989-1990 Back to Top

Allums, Larry. 1990. "From Classical to Christian: Versions of the Hero in the Novels of Caroline Gordon." Vol. 28, no.3, 63-70.

Bach, Peggy. 1990. "Evelyn Scott's Fiction for Children." Vol. 28, no.4, 45-54.

Beiswenger, Eleanor and Steven T. Ryan. 1990. "Introduction." (Gordon issue). Vol. 28, no.3, 5-8.

_______. 1990. "Introduction." (Scott special feature). Vol. 28, no.4, 5-7.

Bonner, Judith H. 1989. "Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture in the South: Part II." Vol. 28, no.1, 155-213.

Boyle, Anne. 1990. "The Promise of Polyphony, the Monotony of Monologue: Voice and Silence in Caroline Gordon's Later Novels." Vol. 28, no.3, 71-87.

Brown, Ashley. 1990. "Caroline Gordon's 'Old Red.'" Vol. 28, no.3, 53-62.

Catledge, Oraien E. 1989. "Portfolio of Photographs." Vol. 28, no.1, 61-68.

Childs, Bruce. 1990. "Clarksville Women: A Photographic Essay." Vol. 28, no. 3, 97-114.

Core, Deborah. 1990. "Caroline Gordon, Ford Madox Ford: A Shared Passion for the Novel." Vol. 28, no.3, 33-42.

Dale, Corinne. 1990. "The Power of Language in Lee Smith's Oral History." Vol. 28, no.2, 21-34.

Davidson, Mary V. 1990. "Defying the Stars and Challenging the Moon: The Early Correspondence of Evelyn Scott and Jean Stafford." Vol. 28, no.4, 25-34.

Desmond, John F. 1990. "Walker Percy, Flannery O'Connor and the Holocaust." Vol. 28, no.2, 35-42.

Forsythe, Jeanne Middleton. 1990. "This Nest of Vipers: A Review Essay." Vol. 28, no.4, 117-121.

Hamel, Anita. 1989. "Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture in the South: Part I." Vol. 28, no.1, 83-153.

Hill, Dorothy Combs. 1990. "An Interview with Lee Smith." Vol. 28, no.2, 5-19.

Jasud, Lawrence. 1989. "Cabbagetown: A Review Essay." Vol. 28, no.1, 69-82.

Makowsky, Vernonica A. 1990. "Caroline Gordon on Women Writing: A Contradiction in Terms?" Vol. 28, no.3, 43-52..

Ross, Danforth. 1990. "Caroline Gordon, Uncle Rob and My Mother." Vol. 28, no.3, 9-22.

Ryan, Steven T. 1990. "An Interview with Bruce Childs." Vol. 28, no.3, 89-96.

_______. 1990. "The Terroristic Universe of The Narrow House." Vol. 28, no.4, 35-44.

Scott, Evelyn. 1990. "Selected Letters of Evelyn Scott." Vol. 28, no.4, 63-76.

_______. 1990. "Writing for Children." Vol. 28, no.4, 55-61.

Severens, Martha R. 1989. "Charleston in the Age of Porgy and Bess." Vol. 28, no.1, 5-23.

Sides, Wayne and Jeanie Thompson. 1990. "Litany for a Vanishing Landscape." Vol. 28, no.4, 77-97.

Thompson, Jeanie and Wayne Sides. 1990. "Litany for a Vanishing Landscape." Vol. 28, no.4, 77-97.

Toomey, David M. 1990. "A Jungian Reading of Light in August's Christmas Sections." Vol. 28, no.2, 43-57.

Walsh, William. 1990. "An Interview with James Seay." Vol. 28, no.4, 99-115.

Waters, Charles M. 1990. "Benfolly in Fact and Fiction." Vol. 28, no.3, 23-32.

Welker, Robert L. 1990. "The Love-Death Vision of Evelyn Scott, an Overview." Vol. 28, no.4, 9-23.

Young, Stephen Flinn. 1989. "An Interview with Judith McWillie." Vol. 28, no.1, 25-39.

_______. 1989. "Post-southernism: The Southern Sensibility in Postmodern Sculpture." Vol. 28, no.1, 41-60.


Anderson, Nancy G., ed. Family Fiction: Unpublished Narratives by Lella Warren (Reginald Abbott). Vol. 28, no.3, 123-125.

Beers, Henry Putney. French and Spanish Records of Louisiana (Paul E. Hoffman). Vol. 28, no.4, 128-129.

Brinkmeyer, Robert H. The Art and Vision of Flannery O'Connor (Arthur F. Kinney). Vol. 28, no.4, 123-125.

Carr, Virginia Spencer. Understanding Carson McCullers (Lee Emling Harding). Vol. 28, no.4, 126.

Clendinen, Dudley, ed. The Prevailing South: Life and Politics in a Changing Society (Edward C. Lynskey). Vol. 28, no.3, 116-118.

Conkin, Paul K. The Southern Agrarians (Thomas J. Bonner, Jr.). Vol. 28, no.2, 70-71.

Driggers, Stephen G. and Robert J. Dunn. The Manuscripts of Flannery O'Connor at Georgia College (Arthur F. Kinney). Vol. 28, no.3, 126-129.

Feibleman, Peter. Lilly: Reminiscences of Lillian Hellman (Susan Rosowski). Vol. 28, no.2, 62-64.

Fitzgerald, Michael W. The Union League Movement in the Deep South: Politics and Agricultural Change During Reconstruction (Morton Rothstein). Vol. 28, no.4, 129-130.

Fox-Genovese, Elizabeth. Within the Plantation Household: Black and White Women of the Old South (Joanne V. Hawks). Vol. 28, no.2, 74-75.

Giannone, Richard. Flannery O'Connor and the Mystery of Love (Jan Nordby Gretlund). Vol. 28, no.3, 129-131.

Gleason, David King. Virginia Plantation Homes (Samuel Wilson, Jr.). Vol. 28, no.3, 121-122.

Gurganus, Allan. Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All (Stanley R. Hauer). Vol. 28, no.2, 59-60.

Ingalls, Robert F. Urban Vigilantes in the New South: Tampa, 1882-1936 (Neil R. McMillen). Vol. 28, no.2, 78-79.

Kirschten, Robert. James Dickey and the Gentle Ecstasy of Earth: A Reading of the Poems (Dawn Trouard). Vol. 28, no.2, 72-74.

Lofaro, Michael A. and Joe Cummings, eds. Crockett at Two Hundred: New Perspectives on the Man and the Myth (Shelley Armitage). Vol. 28, no.2, 75-77

Lornell, Kip. Happy in the Service of the Lord: Afro-American Gospel Quartets in Memphis (James C. Downey). Vol. 28, no.2, 80-81,

Lucas, Mark. The Southern Vision of Andrew Lytle (Anne Foata). Vol. 28, no.2, 71-72.

Marrs, Suzanne. The Welty Collection: A Guide to the Eudora Welty Manuscripts and Documents at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (W. U. McDonald, Jr.). Vol. 28, no.2, 81-82.

McMillan, James B. and Michael B. Montgomery. Annotated Bibliography of Southern American English (Stanley R. Hauer). Vol. 28, no.2, 83-84.

McWilliams, Tennant S. The New South Faces the World: Foreign Affairs and the Southern Sense of Self, 1877-1 950 (Dewey W. Grantham). Vol. 28, no.2,

Mogen, David, Mark Busby and Paul Bryant, eds. The Frontier Experience and the American Dream: Essays on American Literature (Fred Erisman). Vol. 28, no.3, 115-116.

Numbers, Ronald, and Todd L. Savitt, eds. Science and Medicine in the Old South (Thad F. Waites). Vol. 28, no.3, 119-121.

O'Brien, Michael. Rethinking the South (Randy L. Meyer). Vol. 28, no.3, 118-119.

Powell, Richard J., ed. The Blues Aesthetic: Black Culture and Modernism (Stephen F. Young). Vol. 28, no.2, 85-89.

Raper, Julius Rowan. Ellen Glasgow's Reasonable Doubts: A Collection of Her Writings (Kathryn Lee Seidel). Vol. 28, no.2, 68-69.

Roberts, Bruce. Plantation Homes of the James River (Samuel Wilson, Jr.). Vol. 28, no.4, 126-128.

Rubin, Louis D., Jr. The Edge of the Swamp: A Study in the Literature and Society of the Old South (Robert L.Phillips, Jr.). Vol. 28, no.2, 64-66.

Sullivan, Walter. Allen Tate: A Recollection (Robert C. Petersen). Vol. 28, no.2, 60-62.

Taylor, Helen. Gender, Race, and Region in the Writings of Grace King, Ruth McEnery Stuart, and Kate Chopin (Beth Harrison). Vol. 28, no.2, 66-68.

_______. Scarlett's Women: Gone With the Wind and Its Female Fans (Alice Hall Petry). Vol. 28, no.3, 125-126.


Richard J. Powell, cur. The Blues Aesthetic: Black Culture and Modernism (Stephen F. Young). Vol. 28, no.2, 85-89.

Burns, Kenneth L. and Richard Kilberg, prod. Huey Long ( Donald R. Mott). Vol. 28, no.2, 91-92.

Headwaters Television and Appalshop Films, Inc. Dreadful Memories: The Life of Sarah Ogan Gunning 1910-1983 (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 28, no.4, 131-132.

Johnson, Anne Lewis, Andrew Garrison and Buck Maggard. So Was Einstein: A Look at Dyslexic Children (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 28, no.3, 132-133.

Johnson, Anne Lewis, Mimi Pickering, Buck Maggard, Andrew Garrison, Martin Newell, Susan Wehling and Dee Davis, prod. Lily May Ledford (Stuart A. Selby). Vol. 28, no.4, 132-134.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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Vol. 29 1990-1991 Back to Top

Alexander, Margaret Walker. 1991. "Natchez and Richard Wright in Southern American Literature." Vol. 29, no.4, 171-176.

Arms, Valarie Meliotes. 1990. "A French View of William Styron." Vol. 29, no.1, 47-70.

Barnett, James F., Jr. 1991. "The Natchez Indians and the Trace." Vol. 29, no.4, 17-20.

Bonnemains, Jacqueline. 1991. "Checklist of Topographical Drawings, 1828-1837, of Sites on the Mississippi River between Vicksburg and New Orleans by the Naturalist Charles-Alexandre Lesueur (1778-1846) in the Museum of Natural History, Le Havre, France." Vol. 29, no.4, 83-96.

Bonner, Judith H. 1990. "Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture in the South, Part III." Vol. 29, no.1, 141-178.

Ciuba, Gary M. 1991. "The Discords and Harmonies of Love: Reynolds Price's New Music." Vol. 29, no.2, 115-30.

Doyle, Don H. 1991. "The Mississippi Frontier in Faulkner's Fiction and in Fact." Vol. 29, no.4, 144-160.

Dupuy, Edward J. 1991. "The Dispossessed Garden of William Alexander Percy." Vol. 29, no.2, 31-41.

Elliot, Jack D. 1991. "Natchez and the Primal Experience of the Nation." Vol. 29, no.4, 8-16.

Francis, William A. 1990. "Fate, Fortune and the First Novel: An Interview with Sheila Bosworth." Vol. 29, no.1, 85-102.

Gentry, Marshall Bruce. 1991. "Flannery O'Connor's Attacks on Omniscience." Vol. 29, no.3, 53-61.

Guice, John D.W. 1990. "A Trace of Violence?" Vol. 29, No. 4, 123-143. Hale, Allean. "Of Prostitutes, Artists and Ears." Vol. 29, no.1, 33-45.

Hartin, Edith T. 1991. "Reading as a Woman: Reynolds Price and Creative Androgyny in Kate Vaiden." Vol. 29, no.3, 37-52.

Hinz, Evelyn J., and John J. Teunissen. 1991. "'They thought of sons and lovers': D.H. Lawrence and Thomas Wolfe." Vol. 29, no.3, 77-89.

Jenkins, Robert L. 1991. "African-Americans on the Natchez Trace, 1800-1865." Vol. 29, no.4, 43-62.

Kramer, Victor A. 1991. "New Ways of Seeing: A Review Essay." Vol. 29, no.3, 127-131.

Kreyling, Michael. 1991. "The Natchez Trace in Eudora Welty's Fiction." Vol. 29, no.4, 161-170.

Ladd, Barbara. 1991. "'An Atmosphere of Hints and Allusions': Bras-Coupé and the Context of Black Insurrection in The Grandissimes. " Vol. 29, no.3, 63-76.

Lewis, Douglas. 1991. "John James Audubon (1785-1851): Annotated Chronology of Activity in the Deep South, 1819-1837." Vol. 29, no.4, 63-82.

_______, trans. 1991. "Checklist of Topographical Drawings, 1828-1837, of Sites on the Mississippi River between Vicksburg and New Orleans by the Naturalist Charles-Alexandre Lesueur (1778-1846) in the Museum of Natural History, Le Havre, France." Jacqueline Bonnemains. Vol. 29, no.4, 83-96.

Masselink, Noralyn. 1991. "Apparition Head Versus Body Bush: The Prosodical Theory and Practice of John Crowe Ransom." Vol. 29, no.2, 17-30.

May, Stephen. 1991. "Rekindled Recognition: The Southern Art of Gari Melchers." Vol. 29, no.2, 43-67.

Mott, Donald R. 1991. "Robert Russett: A Retrospective." Vol. 29, no.3, 133-139.

Pollack, Harriet. 1990. "On Welty's Use of Allusion: Expectations and Their Revision in 'The Wide Net,' The Robber Bridegroom and 'At The Landing.'" Vol. 29, no.1, 5-31.

Prenshaw, Peggy Whitman. 1991. "A Conversation with Seven Fiction Writers." Vol. 29, no.2, 69-93.

Remini, Robert V. 1991. "Andrew Jackson's Adventures on the Natchez Trace." Vol. 29, no.4, 35-42.

Robbins, Kenn. 1991. "Out of Irony." Vol. 29, no.3, 119-126.

Shelton, Frank W. 1990. "Suttree and Suicide." Vol. 29, no.1, 71-83.

Smelstor, Marjorie. 1991. "'The World's an Orphans' Home': Horton Foote's Social and Moral History." Vol. 29, no.2, 7-16.

Teunissen, John J., and Evelyn J. Hinz. 1991. "'They thought of sons and lovers': D.H. Lawrence and Thomas Wolfe." Vol. 29, no.3, 77-89.

Waldrep, Christopher. 1990. "Historians, Ideology and Southern Plain Folk as Mill Workers: A Review Essay." Vol. 29, no.1, 179-187.

Ward, Jerry W., Jr. 1991. "Sterling D. Plumpp: A Son of the Blues." Vol. 29, no.3, 5-36.

Weston, Ruth D. 1990. "'Alone, Yet Not Alone': A. G. Mojtabai's Antiphon in Ordinary Time." Vol. 29, no.1, 103-117.


Adler, Thomas P. A Streetcar Named Desire: The Moth and the Lantern (W. Kenneth Holditch). Vol. 29, no.2, 133-135.

Baughman, Ronald, ed. The Voiced Connections of James Dickey: Interviews and Conversations (Dawn Trouard). Vol. 29, no.2, 156-158.

Bishir, Catherine W. North Carolina Architecture (Samuel Wilson, Jr.). Vol. 29, no.4, 178- 180.

Boles, John B., ed. Masters and Slaves in the House of the Lord: Race and Religion in the American South, 1740-1870 (Randall H. Harber). Vol. 29, no.3, 158-159.

Bradford, M.E., ed. From Eden to Babylon. The Social and Political Essays of Andrew Nelson Lytle (Anne Foata). Vol. 29, no.1, 193-195.

Brown, Larry. Big Bad Love (Thomas Richardson). Vol. 29, no.4, 181-183.

Burch, Robert. Tyler, Wilkin, and Skee (Anne Lundin). Vol. 29, no.1, 195-196.

_______. Skinny (Anne Lundin). Vol. 29, No. 1, 195-196.

Burrison, John A., ed. Storytellers: Folktales and Legends from the South (Carol S. Manning). Vol. 29, no.2, 147-148.

Carter, Forrest. The Education of Little Tree (Patricia Galloway). Vol. 29, no.4, 185-186.

Comer, Suzanne, ed. Common Bonds: Stories by and about Modern Texas Women (Jo LeCoeur). Vol. 29, no.2, 150-151.

Gaudet, Marcia, and Carl Wooten. Porch Talk with Ernest Gaines: Conversations on the Writer's Craft (Kiyoyuki Ono). Vol. 29, no.3, 159-161.

Griffith, Albert J. Peter Taylor (Ashley Brown). Vol. 29, no.2, 135-137.

Hall, Martha Lacy. The Apple-Green Triumph and Other Stories (Larry Johnson). Vol. 29, no.2, 148-149.

Hall, Wade. The Rest of the Dream: The Black Odyssey of Lyman Johnson (Norman Lederer). Vol. 29, no.3, 150-151.

Hendrick, Willene, and George Hendrick, eds. Ham Jones, Ante-Bellum Southern Humorist:An Anthology (Susan V. Donaldson). Vol. 29, no.2, 152-154.

Howell, Benita J., ed. Cultural Heritage Conservation in the American South (Lynn Gammill). Vol. 29, no.2, 141-142.

Howland, Mary Deems. The Gift of the Other: Gabriel Marcel's Concept of Intersubjectivity in Walker Percy's Novels (Patrick Samway, S.J.). Vol. 29, no.1, 189-190.

Inge, Tonette Bond, ed. Southern Women Writers: The New Generation (Barbara C. Ewell). Vol. 29, no.1, 196-197

Kelley, Robin D.G. Hammer and Hoe: Alabama Communists During the Great Depression (Norman Lederer). Vol. 29, no.4, 177-178.

Kinnamon, Keneth, ed. New Essays on Native Son (Michel Fabre). Vol. 29, no.2, 154-156.

Lanza, Michael L. Agrarianism and Reconstruction Politics: The Southern Homestead Act (Michael Kreyling). Vol. 29, no.1, 197-198.

LeGuin, Charles A., ed. A Home-Concealed Woman: The Diaries of Magnolia Wynn LeGuin, 1901-1913 (Carey Wall). Vol. 29, no.3, 156-157.

Lich, Glen E. Fred Gipson at Work (Elliott West). Vol. 29, no.3, 146-147.

Litoff, Judy Barrett, David C. Smith, Barbara Wooddall Taylor, and Charles E. Taylor, eds. Miss You: The World War II Letters of Barbara Wooddall Taylor and Charles E.Taylor (Linda Peavy and Ursula Smith). Vol. 29, no.4, 184-185.

MacKethan, Lucinda H. Daughters of Time: Creating Woman's Voice in Southern Story (Beth Harrison). Vol. 29, no.2, 145-147.

McMillen, Sally G. Motherhood in the Old South: Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Infant Rearing (Mary H. Huch). Vol. 29, no.2, 140-141.

Nash, Mary. Skulls Are Forever: A Book of Secret Truths, Words and Images (Stephen Flinn Young). Vol. 29, no.3, 161-163.

Ownby, Ted . Subduing Satan. Religion, Recreation, and Manhood in the Rural South (Joe M. Cooper). Vol. 29, no.2, 142-143.

Parker, Frank R. Black Votes Count: Political Empowerment in Mississippi after 1965 (Norman Lederer). Vol. 29, no.3, 152-153.

Price, Reynolds. The Tongues of Angels (Edith T. Hartin). Vol. 29, no.3, 142-144.

Ruppersburg, Hugh. Robert Penn Warren and the American Imagination (James H. Justus). Vol. 29, no.3, 144-145.

Sams, Ferrol. The Passing, Stories (Thomas E. Dasher). Vol. 29, no.3, 153-156.

Savitt, Todd L., and James Harvey Young, eds. Disease and Distinctiveness in the American South (Jim Puckett). Vol. 29, no.2, 151-152.

Severens, Kenneth. Charleston: Antebellum Architecture and Civic Destiny (Camille Wells). Vol. 29, no.3, 147-149.

Simpson, Bland. The Great Dismal: A Carolinian's Swamp Memoir (Steve Jobe). Vol. 29, no.1, 191-193.

Spivey, Ted R., and Arthur Waterman, eds. Conrad Aiken: A Priest of Consciousness (Edward Butscher). Vol. 29, no.2, 137-138.

Stone, John. In the Country of Hearts: Journeys in the Art of Medicine (Dean Cromartie). Vol. 29, no.3, 141-142.

Trouard, Dawn, ed. Eudora Welty: The Eye of the Storyteller (Donald R. Noble, Jr.). Vol. 29, no. 2, 143-145.

Urgo, Joseph R. Faulkner's Apocrypha: A Fable, Snopes, and the Spirit of Human Rebellion (Theresa M. Towner). Vol. 29, no.2, 113-133.

Ward, William S. A Literary History of Kentucky (Wade Hall). Vol. 29, no. 2, 138-140.

Wilds, John, and Ira Harkey. Alton Ochsner, Surgeon of the South (Thad F. Waites). Vol. 29, no.3, 149-150.


Alter, Ann, and David Mould, prod. Ten Miles to Fetch Water (Gerry K. Veeder). Vol. 29, no.4, 190-192.

Barret, Elizabeth, dir. Coal Mining Women (Carol M. Ward). Vol. 29, no.4, 187-188.

Dali, Christine, dir. Wild Women Don't Have the Blues (Gerry K. Veeder). Vol. 29, no.4, 188-190.

Johnson, Anne Lewis, Andrew Garrison, and Buck Maggard, prod. Grass Roots Small Farm (Kenneth C. Creech). Vol. 29, no.1, 199.

Johnson, Anne Lewis, Buck Maggard, Andrew Garrison, and Martin Newell, prod. Hard Times in the County Schools ( Donald R. Mott). Vol. 29, no.2, 160-162.

Smith, Herb E., dir. Harriette Simpson Arnow, 1908-1986 (Carol M. Ward). Vol. 29, no.2, 162-164.

Squier, Robert, dir. William Faulkner: A Life on Paper (Peter J. Bukalski). Vol. 29, no.2, 159-160.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.


Isaacson, Marcia. Vol. 29, no.1, 119-139.

Lesueur, Charles-Alexandre (1778-1846). Vol. 29, no.4, 97-122.

Murphy, Marilyn. Vol. 29, no.3, 91-117.

Taylor, Maxwell. Vol. 29, no.2, 95-113.

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Arnold, Edwin T., and Dianne C. Luce. 1992. "Introduction." Vol. 30, no.4, 7-9.

Bernstein, Elizabeth. 1992. "Bread and Race: Communion in Lillian Smith's Killers of the Dream." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 77-80.

Blackford, L.M. 1992. "Recipes in the Culinary Art, Together with Hints on Housewifery." Vol. 30, nos.2- 3, 167-181.

Bonner, Judith H. 1991. "Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture in the South, Part IV." Vol. 30, no.1, 101-137.

Cheuse, Alan. 1992. "A Note on Landscape in All the Pretty Horses." Vol. 30, no.4, 140-142.

Daugherty, Leo. 1992. "Gravers False and True: Blood Meridian as Gnostic Tragedy." Vol. 30, no.4, 122-133.

Donaldson, Susan V. 1992. "Consumption and Complicity in Sheila Bosworth's Almost Innocent." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 113-122.

Dvorak, Angeline Godwin. 1992. "Cooking as Mission and Ministry in Southern Culture: The Nurturers of Clyde Edgerton's Walking Across Egypt , Fannie Flagg's Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe and Anne Tyler's Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 90-98.

Evans, Robley. 1992. "'Or else this were a savage spectacle': Eating and Troping Southern Culture." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 141-149.

Gantt, Patricia M. 1992. "Emblem of an Age: The Rich Legacy of L.M. Blackford's 'Intellectual Pantry.'" Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 123-130.

German, Norman. 1991. "A Private Brinksmanship in Dickey's ' Cherrylog Road.'" Vol. 30, no.1, 35-41.

Grammer, John M. 1992. "A Thing Against Which Time Will Not Prevail: Pastoral and History in Cormac McCarthy's South." Vol. 30, no.4, 19-30.

Gwin, Minrose C. 1992. "Sweeping the Kitchen: Revelation and Revolution in Contemporary Southern Women's Writing." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 54-62.

Hill, Darlene Reimers. 1992. "'Use To, the Menfoiks Would Eat First': Food and Food Rituals in the Fiction of Bobbie Ann Mason." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 81-89.

Hoberman, Michael. 1991. "Demythologizing Myth Criticism: Folklife and Modernity in Eudora Welty's 'Death of a Traveling Salesman.'" Vol. 30, no.1, 24-34.

Jobe, Steven H. 1992. "The Scribbling Farmer." Review essay. Vol. 30, no.4, 177-182.

Joiner, Dorothy. 1991. "Betty Bivins Edwards's South: Rooted Loyalties and Converging Opposites." Vol. 30, no.1, 70-77

Juncker, Clara. 1991. "Behind Confederate Lines: Sarah Morgan Dawson." Vol. 30, no.1, 7-18.

Luce, Dianne C. 1992. "Cormac McCarthy: A Bibliography." Vol. 30, no.4, 143-51.

_______. 1992. "McCarthy's First Screenplay: 'The Gardener's Son.'" Vol. 30, no.4, 51-71.

Luce, Dianne C., and Edwin T. Arnold. 1992. "Introduction." Vol. 30, No. 4, 7-9.

Makowsky, Veronica. 1992. "'The Only Hard Part Was the Food': Recipes for Self-Nurture in Kaye Gibbons's Novels." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 103-112.

Manning, Carol S. 1992. "Agrarianism, Female-Style." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 69-76.

Mott, Donald R. 1991. "We Shall Overcome." Review essay. Vol. 30, no.1, 78-82.

Peeples, Scott. 1991. "Peter Taylor's Fictional Memoirs." Vol. 30, No. 1, 42-51

Prenshaw, Peggy Whitman. 1992. "Introduction." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 6-12.

Prettyman, Quandra. 1992. "Come Eat at My Table: Lives with Recipes." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 131-140.

Ragan, David Paul. 1992. "Values and Structure in The Orchard Keeper." Vol. 30, no.4, 10-18.

Raper, Porter G. 1991. "Southern Identity and Myth in 'Pondy Woods.'" Vol. 30, no.1, 19-23.

Robbins, Kenn. 1991. " Clyde Edgerton's Killer Diller." Vol. 30, no.1, 66-69.

_______. 1991. "A Conversation with Clyde Edgerton." Vol. 30, no.1, 58-65.

Sepich, John Emil. 1992. "'What kind of indians was them?': Some Historical Sources in Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian ." Vol. 30, no.4, 93-110.

Shaviro, Steven. 1992. "The Very Life of the Darkness: A Reading of Blood Meridian." Vol. 30, no.4, 111-121.

Shelnutt, Eve. 1991. "A Contemporary Southern Writer's Predicament: Removing the Rose-Colored Glasses." Vol. 30, no.1, 52-57.

Smith, Virginia. 1992. "Proust's Mother, Food and Contemporary Southern Women's Fiction." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 41-53.

Thompson, Lou. 1992. "Feeding the Hungry Heart: Food in Beth Henley's Crimes of the Heart." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 99-102.

Titus, Mary. 1992. "'Groaning tables' and 'Spit in the kettles': Food and Race in the Nineteenth-Century South." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 13-21.

Trouard, Dawn. 1992. "'Teaching the Cat to Yawn': Criticisms of St. Anne." Review essay. Vol. 30, no.1, 83-89.

Wallace, Garry. 1992. "Meeting McCarthy." Vol. 30, no.4, 134-139.

Warner, Anne Bradford. 1992. "Harriet Jacobs's Modest Proposals: Revising Southern Hospitality." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 22-28.

Wells, Camille. 1992. "Frontier States." Review essay. Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 183-187.

Westling, Louise. 1992. "Food, Landscape and the Feminine in Delta Wedding." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 29-40.

White, Leslie. 1992. "What Was Southern Literature?" Review essay. Vol. 30, no.4, 167-176.

Wimsatt, Mary Ann. 1992. "'Intellectual Repasts': The Changing Role of Food in Southern Literature." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 63-68

Yaeger, Patricia. 1992. "Edible Labor." Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 150-159.

Young, Stephen Flinn. 1991. "Editor's Note." Vol. 30, no.1, 5-6.

Young, Thomas D., Jr. 1992. "The Imprisonment of Sensibility: Suttree." Vol. 30, no.4, 72-92.


Alexander, Adele Logan. Ambiguous Lives: Free Women ofColor in Rural Georgia 1789-1879 (Beth Harrison). Vol. 30, no.4, 189-190.

Arnesen, Eric. Waterfront Workers of New Orleans : Race, Class and Politics, 1863-1923 (Norman Lederer). Vol. 30, no.1, 140-142.

Awkward, Michael. New Essays on Their Eyes Were Watching God (Roger West). Vol. 30, no.4, 196-197.

Bolsterli, Margaret Jones. Born in the Delta: Reflections on the Making of a Southern White Sensibility (Steven Jarvis). Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 194-195.

Calhoun, R.J., ed. Witness to Sorrow: The Antebellum Autobiography of William J. Grayson (James E. Kibler). Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 192-193.

Carpenter, Lucas. John Gould Fletcher and Southern Modernism (Michael Kreyling). Vol. 30, no.4, 190-192.

Cofer, Judith Ortiz. The Line of the Sun (K.R. Robbins). Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 201-203.

Dillon, Merton L. Slavery Attacked: Southern Slaves wmd Their Allies, 1619-1865 (William K. Scarborough). Vol. 30, no.4, 187-189.

Doyle, Don R. New Men, New Cities, New South: Atlanta, Nashville, Charleston, Mobile, 1860- 1910 (Edward L. Blake, Jr.). Vol. 30, no.1, 142-144.

Drago, Edmund L., ed. Broke by the War: Letters of a Slave Trader (Walter B. Edgar). Vol. 30, no.4, 203-204.

Drake, Robert. Amazing Grace (Will Campbell). Vol. 30, no.1, 144-146.

Dunbar, Prescott N. The New Orleans Museum of Art: The First Seventy-Five Years (Alex Nyerges). Vol. 30, no.1, 153-154.

Flynn, Richard. Randall Jarrell and the Lost World of Childhood (Jennifer Horne). Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 203-205.

Greene, Melissa Fay. Praying for Sheetrock: A Work of Nonfiction (Reginald Abbott). Vol. 30, no.4, 183-184.

Gretlund, Jan Nordby, and Karl Heinz Westarp, eds. Walker Percy: Novelist and Philosopher (Ann Ebrecht). Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 195-197.

Gunn, Drewey Wayne. Tennessee Williams: A Bibliography (Philip C. Kolin). Vol. 30, no.4, 192-194.

Heilman, Robert Bechtold. The Southern Connection: Essays by Robert Bechtold Heilman (Robert R. Brinkmeyer, Jr.). Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 190-192.

Humphries, Jefferson, ed. Conversations with Reynolds Price (Gary M. Ciuba). Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 189-190.

Humpbries, Robert L., ed. The Journal of Archibald C. McKinley (Sandra S. Vance). Vol. 30, no.1, 154-155.

Jones, Gayl. Liberating Voices: Oral Tradition in African American Literature (Mark Jeffreys). Vol. 30, no.1, 151-153.

Kubitschek, Missy Dehn. Claiming the Heritage: African-American Women Novelists and History (Roger West). Vol. 30, no.4, 194-195.

Larsen, Lawrence R. The Urban South: A History (L. Brett Lockwood). Vol. 30, no.1, 156-157.

Lemay , J.A. Leo. The American Dream of Captain John Smith (Robert D. Arner). Vol. 30, no.4, 197-199.

Lockyer, Judith. Ordered by Words: Language and Narration in the Novels of William Faulkner (Stephen M. Ross). Vol. 30, no.4, 200-203.

Machann, Clinton, and William Bedford Clark , eds. Katherine Anne Porter and Texas : An Uneasy Relationship (Lee Emling Harding). Vol. 30, no.4, 185-186.

Perry, James R. The Formation of Society on Virginia 's Eastern Shore, 1615-1655 ( J.A. Leo Lemay). Vol. 30, no.4, 199-200.

Poston, Ted. The Dark Side of Hopkinsville . Ed. . by Kathleen A . Hauke (Norman German). Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 200-201.

Runyon, Randolph Paul. The Braided Dream: Robert Penn Warren 's Late Poetry (James R. Justus). Vol. 30, no.1, 148-149.

Smolla, Rodney A. Jerry Falwell V. Larry Flynt: The First Amendment on Trial (David J. Bodenhamer). Vol. 30, no.1, 139-140.

Schweninger, Loren. Black Property Owners in the South, 1790-1915 (Joe W. Trotter). Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 197-198.

Toolan, Michael J. The Stylistics of Fiction: A Literary-Linguistics Approach (Bill Bolin). Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 205-207.

Toth, Emily. Kate Chopin: A Life of the Author of The Awakening (Beth Harrison). Vol. 30, no.1, 146-148.

Touart, Paul Baker. Somerset : An Architectural History (Travis C. McDonald, Jr.). Vol. 30, nos.2- 3, 198-200.

Unrue, Darlene Harbour, ed . "This Strange, Old World" and Other Book Reviews by Katherine Anne Porter (Craig Turner). Vol. 30, no.4, 186-187.

Watkins, Floyd C., John T. Hiers, and Mary Louise Weaks, eds. Talking With Robert Penn Warren (Hugh Ruppersburg). Vol. 30, no.1, 150-151.


Henson, Robby, prod. and dir. Trouble Behind (Stuart A. Selby). Vol. 30, no.1, 159-160.

Stone, Oliver, dir. JFK (Donald R. Mott). Vol. 30, no.4, 205-21 l.


Shapiro and Smith (Sally Radell). Arts Festival of Atlanta , 14-15 September 1991. Vol. 30, nos.2-3, 209-210.


Imboden, Clint U., Jr. "Will Work for Food Series." Vol. 30, no.1, 91-100.

Meade, James W. "'From Dante's Inferno': A Series of Drawings." Vol. 30, no.4, 153-166.

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Abel, Richard M. 1993. "In Search of Regional Culture." (review essay). Vol. 31, no.4, 135-140.

Allums, J. Larry. 1993. "Robert Penn Warren's Fugitive Years: A Revaluation." Vol. 31, no.4, 75-85.

Beiswenger, Eleanor H., Steven T. Ryan and Hugo A. Beiswenger. 1993. "Introduction." Vol. 31, no.4, 7-8.

Bonner, Judith H. 1992. "Bibliography of the Visual Arts and Architecture in the South, Part V." Vol. 31, no.1, 131-154.

Brackner, Joey. 1993. "An Overview of the Tombstones of Nineteenth-Century Alabama and Their Makers." Vol. 31, no.2, 21-49.

Brady, Patricia. 1993. "Florville Foy, F.M.C: Master Marble Cutter and Tomb Builder." Vol. 31, no.2, 8-20.

Brooks, Cleanth. 1993. "Afterword." Vol. 31, no.4, 106-112.

Brown, W. Dale. 1993. "Will Campbell by the Fire." Vol. 31, no.2, 165-186.

Burneko, Grace Bailey. 1993. "Innocence Recaptured: In 'Composition in Gold and Red-Gold.'" Vol. 31, no.4, 95-100.

Carson, Barbara Harrell. 1992. "Complicate, Complicate: Anne Tyler's Moral Imperative." Vol. 31, no.1, 24-34.

Christovich, Mary Louise. 1993. "Travail, Is Thy Name Preservation? The Why and the How of Save Our Cemeteries." Vol. 31, no.2, 123-132.

Cuningham, Henry. 1992. "Jack Burden Investigates." Vol. 31, no.1, 35-49.

Custred, Glynn. 1992. "Tyranny of Old Memories." (review essay). Vol. 31, no.1, 126-130.

DeSantis, Christopher. 1993. "Voice, Identity and the African-American Literary Tradition." (review essay). Vol. 31, no.4, 141-146.

Estes-Hicks, Onita. 1992. "In Search of the Miraculous: Jean Toomer's Years with Gurdieff." (review essay). Vol. 31, no.1, 122-125.

Gantt, Patricia. 1993. "Weaving Discourse in Thomas Wolfe's 'The Child by Tiger.'" Vol. 31, no.3, 45-57.

Gretlund, Jan Nordby. 1993. "'The Man in the Tree': Katherine Anne Porter's Unfinished Lynching Story." Vol. 31, no.3, 7-16.

Grimshaw, James A., Jr. 1993. "Biographical Trends in Warren Criticism: The 1980s." Vol. 31, no.4,51-67.

Harris, Miriam Kalman. 1992. "Claire Myers Spotswood Owens: From Southern Belle to Grand Amoureuse." Vol. 31, no.1, 50-69.

Hill, Dorothy Combs. 1992. "An Interview with Bobbie Ann Mason." Vol. 31, no.1,85-118.

Jones, Suzanne W. 1993. "Reading the Endings in Katherine Anne Porter's 'Old Mortality.'" Vol. 31, no.3, 29-44.

Jumonville, Florence M. 1993. "The Wastebasket and the Grave: Funeralia in the South." Vol. 31, no.2, 98-118.

Justus, James H. 1993. "Wisdom on the Slant: Warren Over the Long Haul." Vol. 31, no.4, 47-50.

LaRue, Dorie. 1993. "Progress and Prescription: Ellen Gilchrist's Southern Belles." Vol. 31, no.3, 69-78.

Lawson, Lewis A. 1992. "Walker Percy: Books of Revelations." (review essay). Vol. 31, no.1, 119-121.

Lemmon, Alfred E. 1993. "Introduction: The Southeastern Cemetery." Vol. 31, no.2, 6-7.

Lewis, R. W. B. 1993. "The Great Dragon Country of Robert Penn Warren ." Vol. 31, no.4, 13-36.

Masson, Ann M. 1993. "Pere La Chaise and New Orleans Cemeteries." Vol. 31, no.2, 82-97.

McDowell, Frederick P. W. 1993. "Foreword." Vol. 31, no.4, 9-11.

Oleksy, Elzbieta H. 1993. "From Silence and Madness to the Exchange That Multiplies: Walker Percy and the Woman Question." Vol. 31, no.3, 58-68.

Petry, Alice Hall. 1992. "Bright Books of Life: The Black Norm in Anne Tyler's Novels." Vol. 31, no.1, 7-13.

Reveley, Bryce 1993. "The Black Trade in New Orleans , 1840-1880." Vol. 31, no.2, 119-122.

Ryan, Steven T. 1993. "World Enough and Time: A Refutation of Poe's History as Tragedy." Vol. 31, no.4, 86-94.

Sledge, John. 1993. "A Circular Necropolis on the Gulf Coast : Mobile 's Old Catholic Cemetery." Vol. 31, no.2, 74-81.

Thompson, Sharyn. 1993. "These Works of Mortuary Masonry: The Aboveground Tombs of St. Michael Cemetery , Pensacola , Florida." Vol. 31, no.2, 50-73.

Thompson, Sharyn, Joey Brackner and Alfred E. Lemmon. 1993. "Historic Cemeteries in the Southern United States : A Preliminary Bibliography." Vol. 31, no.2, 133-146.

Town, Caren J. 1992. "Rewriting the Family During Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant." Vol. 31, no.1, 14-23..

Unrue, Darlene Harbour. 1993. "Katherine Anne Porter and Henry James: A Study in Influence." Vol. 31, no.3, 17-28.

Waage, Frederick O. 1993. " Warren 's New Dawn." Vol. 31, no.4, 101-105.

Wade, Stephen. 1992. "New Photos, Old Daguerreotypes: Remembrances of the 1990 Tennessee Banjo Institute." Vol. 31, no.1, 77-84.

Warren, Robert Penn. 1993. "The Dream of a Driller." Vol. 31, no.4, 113-115.

_______. 1993. "Munk." Vol. 31, no.4, 116-118.

Wells, Camille. 1993. "Interior Designs: Room Furnishings and Historical Interpretations at Colonial Williamsburg." Vol. 31, no.3, 99-111.

Westerlund-Shands, Kerstin. 1993. "Pas de D(i)eux: Duplicitous Syntheses in Gail Godwin's Father Melancholy's Daughter." Vol. 31, no.3, 79-87.

Winn, Thomas H. 1993. "The Night Rider Revisited: A Historical Perspective." Vol. 31, no.4, 68-74.


Andrews, W.H. Footprints of a Regiment: A Recollection of the 1st Georgia Regulars, 1861- 1865 (Reginald Abbott). Vol. 31, no.3, 132-133.

Babb, Valerie Melissa. Ernest Gaines (Kiyoyuki Ono). Vol. 31, no.4, 154-155.

Bernhard, Virginia, et. al, eds. Southern Women: Histories and Identities (Joanne V. Hawks). Vol. 31, no.3, 138-139.

Borditt, Garbor S., ed. Why the Confederacy Lost (Edward C. Lynskey). Vol. 31, no.1, 174-175.

Bradford , M.E. Against the Barbarians and Other Reflections on Familiar Themes (Diane Roberts). Vol. 31, no.1, 170-172.

Brosman, Catherine Savage. Journeying from Canyon de Chelly (Jennifer Horne). Vol. 31, no.1, 179-181.

Brown, Dorothy H., and Barbara C. Ewell, eds. Louisiana Women Writers: New Essays and a Comprehensive Bibliography (V E. Link Barefield). Vol. 31, no.4, 152-154.

Butler, Jack. Living in Little Rock With Miss Little Rock (Larry Johnson). Vol. 31, no.3, 126-128.

Butler, Robert Glen. A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain (Irving Malin). Vol. 31, no.4, 158-159.

Cashin, Edward J. Lachlan McGillivray, Indian Trader: The Shaping of the Southern Colonial Frontier (Mary Ann Wells). Vol. 31, no.1, 172-173.

Champion, Laurie, ed. The Critical Response to Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn (Alan Gribben). Vol. 31, no.3, 142-143.

Cheuse, Alan. The Tennessee Waltz and Other Stories (Theresa M. Towner). Vol. 31, no.3, 124-126.

Clark, William Bedford. The American Vision of Robert Penn Warren (Hugh Ruppersburg). Vol. 31, No. 1, 166-167.

Compton, Neil. The Battle for the Buffalo River : A Twentieth-Century Conservation Crisis in the Ozarks (R. Douglas Hurt). Vol. 31, no.3, 134-135.

Crews, Harry. Scarlover (Irving Malin). Vol. 31, no.2, 189-190.

Daniel, Wayne W. Pickin' on Peachtree: A History of Country Music in Atlanta , Georgia (Bill C. Malone). Vol. 31, no.2, 200-201.

Davis, Donald. Jack Always Seeks His Fortune: Authentic Appalachian Jack Tales (Fred Erisman). Vol. 31, no.4, 155-157.

Desvergnes, Alain. Yoknapatawpha: The Land of William Faulkner (Stephen Flinn Young). Vol. 31, no.2, 207-109.

Eaton, Charles Edward. A Guest on Mild Evenings (Edward Butscher). Vol. 31, no.1, 181-182.

Edgerton, Clyde . In Memory of Junior (Donnalee Frega). Vol. 31, no.2, 187-188.

Faust, Drew Gilpin. Southern Stories: Slaveholders in Peace and War (Robert V. Haynes). Vol. 31, no.4, 151-152.

Fishkin, Shelley Fisher. Was Huck Black? Mark Twain and African American Voices (Sherwood Cummings). Vol. 31, no.4, 150-151.

Greenberg, Paul. Entirely Personal (Sharon Wertz). Vol. 31, No. 2, 202-203. Hannah, Barry. Bats Out Of Hell (Steven Millner). Vol. 31, no.4, 161-162.

Harris, Trudier. Fiction and Folklore. The Novels of Toni Morrison (Lee Emling Harding). Vol. 31, no.1, 164-165.

Hill, Dorothy Combs. Lee Smith (Veronica Makowsky). Vol. 31, no.2, 191-192.

Hill , Jane. Gail Godwin (Alice Hall Petry). Vol. 31, no.3, 129-130.

Hoey, Allen. What Persists (Larry Johnson). Vol. 31, no.4, 157-158.

Johnson, Greg. Pagan Babies (Michael Griffith). Vol. 31, no.4, 159-161.

Jones, Jacqueline. Soldiers of Light and Love: Northern Teachers and Georgia Blacks, 1865- 1873 (Beth Harrison). Vol. 31, no.1, 175-177.

Kennedy, Richard S., ed. Literary New Orleans : Essays and Meditations (Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr.). Vol. 31, no.3, 133-134.

Leonard, James S., Thomas A. Tenney, and Thadious M. Davis, eds. Satire or Evasion: Black Perspectives on Huckleberry Finn (Abby H.P. Werlock). Vol. 31, no.3, 136-138.

Levy, Helen Fiddyment. Fiction of the Home Place : Jewett, Glasgow, Cather, Porter, Welty, and Naylor (Martha Sledge). Vol. 31, no.2, 206-207.

Lofaro, Michael A. James Agee: Reconsiderations (Edwin T. Arnold). Vol. 31, no.3, 139-140.

McCarthy, Cormac. All the Pretty Horses (Larry Johnson). Vol. 31, no.1, 163-164.

Montell,William Lynwood. Singing the Glory Down: Amateur Gospel Music in South Central Kentucky , 1900-1990 (James C. Downey ). Vol. 31, no.2, 198-199.

Natanson, Nicholas. The Black Image in the New Deal: The Politics of FSA Photography (Stuart Kidd). Vol. 31, no.2, 201-203.

Orvell, Miles. Flannery O'Connor: An Introduction (Arthur F. Kinney). Vol. 31, no.1, 168-70.

Pease, William H., and Jane H. Pease. The Web of Progress: Private Values and Public Styles in Boston and Charleston , 1828-1843 (David Aiken). Vol. 31, no.2, 193-94.

Price, Reynolds. Blue Calhoun (Irving Malin). Vol. 31, no.3, 123.

Pringle, Elizabeth Alston. A Woman Rice Planter (Elizabeth Hanson). Vol. 31, no.2, 192-193.

Reichardt, Mary C., ed. The Uncollected Stories of Mary Wilkins Freeman (Veronica Makowsky). Vol. 31, no.1, 177-179.

_______. A Web of Relationship: Women in the Short Fiction of Mary Wilkins Freeman (Veronica Makowsky). Vol. 31, no.1, 177-179.

Reneaux, J. J. Cajun Folktales (Fred Erisman). Vol. 31, no.4, 155-156.

Robertson, Mary D., ed. A Confederate Lady Comes of Age: The Journal of Pauline DeCaradeuc Heyward, 1863-1888 (Susan V. Donaldson). Vol. 31, no.3, 141-142.

Sanders, Dori. Her Own Place (Kenneth Robbins). Vol. 31, no.4, 163-164.

Stone, Albert E. The Return of Nat Turner: History, Literature, and Cultural Politics in Sixties America (Roger West). Vol. 31, no.4, 148-150.

Stuart, Dabney. Narcissus Dreaming (Jennifer Horne). Vol. 31, no.1, 179-181.

Sweeney, J. Gray. The Columbus of the Woods: Daniel Boone and the Typology of Manifest Destiny (Susan V. Donaldson). Vol. 31, no.2, 204-206.

Walsh, Thomas F. Katherine Anne Porter and Mexico : The Illusion of Eden (Martha Sledge). Vol. 31, no.3, 128-129.

Weddle, Robert S. The French Thorn: Rival Explorers in the Spanish Sea, 1682-1762 (Alfred E. Lemmon). Vol. 31, no.2, 197-198.

Wheeler, Marjorie Spruill. New Women of the New South: The Leaders of the Woman Suffrage Movement in the Southern States (Elizabeth Hanson). Vol. 31, no.4, 147-148.

Wieland, Liza. The Names of the Lost (Irving Malin). Vol. 31, no.3, 124.

Wilson, Charles Reagan. Religion (Kevin Lewis). Vol. 31, no.2, 195-196.

Winchell, Donna Haisty. Alice Walker (Beth Harrison). Vol. 31, no.3, 130-131.

Yarbrough, Steven. Family Men (Steven Millner). Vol. 31, no.2, 188-189.


Bailey, Radcliffe. Radcliffe Bailey: Art Currents II (Linda L. Brown and Nicholas Proctor). Vol. 31, no.3, 145-147.


Alexander, Neil, prod. and dir. Island of Saints and Sinners (Peter J. Bukalski). Vol. 31, no.1, 183-184.

Guida, Louis, prod. and dir. Saturday Night, Sunday Morning: The Travels of Gatemouth Moore (Stephen Flinn Young). Vol. 31, no.3, 149-151.


Childs, Bruce. "Drawings from the Great Dragon Country." Vol. 31, no.4, 119-134.

Humes, Charles E., Jr. "This Has Been My Voice." Vol. 31, no.1, 70-76.

Moulton, Margaret. "Side Effects." Vol. 31, no.3, 113-121.

Sablow, Mark. "Southern Cemeteries: Places of Presence." Vol. 31, no.2, 157-164.

Touchet, Leo. " New Orleans Jazz Funerals." Vol. 31, no.2, 147-156.


Mott, Donald R. Glen Pure's 1992 Louisiana Catalog. Vol. 31, no.1, 155-162.

*Names of reviewers are given in parentheses.

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