Examines the paradox that communities famous for their cohesiveness and moral stability were in fact oppressive along race and class lines. The author uses readings from Georgia Scenes, Swallow Barn, In Ole Virginia, Lanterns on the Levee and Light in August to illustrate this point....
|Title||:||The Narrative Forms of Southern Community|
|Number of Pages||:||226 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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