4 edition of The South that wasn"t there found in the catalog.
|Series||Southern literary studies|
|LC Classifications||PS261 .K75 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 223 p.|
|LC Control Number||2009053709|
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Lively and frequently confrontational, The South That Wasn't There offers a thought provoking reexamination of our literary conceptions about the South.
About the Author. Michael Kreyling, professor of English at Vanderbilt University, is the author of several books, including Author and Agent: Eudora Welty and Diarmuid Russell and Inventing Cited by: In The South That Wasn't There, Michael Kreyling explores a series of literary situations in which memo Representations of the South in writing and on film assumed everybody knew what had happened in place and time to create the South/5(6).
In The South That Wasn't There, Michael Kreyling explores a series of literary situations in which memory and history seem to work in odd and problematic ways.
Looking at Toni Morrison's masterpiece Beloved, he tests the viability of applying Holocaust and trauma studies to the poetics and politics of remembering slavery.
In The South That Wasn’t There, Michael Kreyling explores a series of literary situations in which memory and history seem to work in odd and problematic ways. Looking at Toni Morrison’s masterpiece Beloved, he tests the viability of applying Holocaust and trauma studies to the poetics and politics of remembering slavery.
In The South That Wasn't There, Michael Kreyling explores a series of literary situations in which memory and history seem to work in odd and problematic ways. Looking at Toni Morrison's masterpiece Beloved, he tests the viability of applying Holocaust and trauma studies to the poetics and politics of remembering slavery/5(6).
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