Haunted bodies : gender and southern texts /

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Other Authors: Jones, Anne Goodwyn., Donaldson, Susan Van D'Elden, 1951-
Format: Book
Published: Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1997.
Series:American South series.
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Table of Contents:
  • Haunted bodies : rethinking the South through gender /
  • Susan V. Donaldson and Anne Goodwyn Jones
  • Mask of obedience : male slave psychology in the Old South /
  • Bertram Wyatt-Brown
  • Afro-American women and their pursuit of rights through eighteenth-century Spanish texts /
  • Jane Landers
  • Poe and gentry Virginia : provincial gentleman, textual aristocrat, man of the crowd /
  • David Leverenz
  • Flight down the middle walk : Mary Chestnut and the forms of observance /
  • Michael O'Brien
  • Reconstructing southern manhood : race, sentimentality, and camp in the plantation myth /
  • Caroline Gebhard
  • Race, violence, and manhood : the masculine ideal in Frederick Douglass's The heroic slave /
  • Richard Yarborough
  • Santa Claus ain't a real man : incidents and gender /
  • Anne Bradford Warner
  • Engendered in the South : blood and irony in Douglass and Jacobs /
  • Anne Goodwyn Jones
  • Domesticity in Dixie : the plantation novel and Uncle Tom's cabin /
  • Lucinda H. MacKethan
  • Dining room door swings both ways : food, race, and domestic space in the nineteenth-century South /
  • Mary Titus
  • Writing sickness : a southern woman's diary of cares /
  • Steven M. Stowe
  • Beyond the hummingbird : southern women writers and the southern gargantua /
  • Patricia Yaeger
  • Biting the hand that writes you : southern African-American folk narrative and the place of women in Their eyes were watching God /
  • Catherine Gunther Kodat
  • Around, behind, above, below men : Ratliff's buggies and the homosocial in Yoknapatawpha /
  • Noel Polk
  • Freedom, manhood, and white male tradition in 1970s southern rock music /
  • Ted Ownby
  • Reading family matters /
  • Deborah E. McDowell
  • Nonfelicitous space and survivor discourse : reading the incest story in southern women's fiction /
  • Minrose Gwin
  • True happenings of my life : reading the southern women autobiographers /
  • Peggy W. Prenshaw
  • Slavery, race, and the figure of the tragic Mulatta; or the ghost of southern history in the writing of African-American women /
  • Elizabeth Fox-Genovese
  • Gender, race, and Allen Tate's profession of letters in the South /
  • Susan V. Donaldson.