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Summer 2007, 60:3

  • "Comprehending Faulkner's Humor," James B. Carothers and Kimma Jean Sheldon
  • "Being Against Snow," Theresa M. Towner
  • "Lilith in Mississippi: Reading Mythic Desire in If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem," Sandra Swinburne
  • "Strangers in New York: Jan Lechoń's Encounters with William Faulkner," Agnieszka Salska
  • "'Other Souths': The Expression of Gay Identity in Absalom, Absalom!," Matthew R. Vaughn
  • "Narrative Strategies on the Color Line: The Unreliable Narrator Shreve and Racial Ambiguity in Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!," Marta Puxan
  • "Hunting Stories & Stories Told about Hunting: What Isaac McCaslin Thinks He Learns in The Big Woods," Harry Thomas
  • "Biographical Fact or Fiction?: William Faulkner, Estelle Oldham Franklin, and Abortion," Robert W. Hamblin
  • "Faulkner to Liveright, September 18, 1928," James G. Watson
Review Essays
  • "A Whole Landscape in an Old Bean: Varieties of Recent Faulkner Criticism," Robert W. Rudnicki
  • "Audacious Performances," Thomas F. Haddox
Book Review
  • Hugh Ruppersburg and John C. Inscoe, eds., The New Georgia Encyclopedia Companion to Georgia Literature, reviewed by Joan Wylie Hall
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