Southern renascence: the literature of the modern South, edited by Louis D. Rubin, Jr. and Robert D. Jacobs.

; Jacobs, Robert D., 1918- editor
Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1953.

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Other Authors Jacobs, Robert D., 1918-
Subjects American literature -- Southern States -- History and criticism.
American literature.
Intellectual life.
Southern States -- In literature.
Southern States -- Intellectual life -- 1865-
Southern States.
Description xii, 450 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1953.
Contents 1. The mind of the South: The Southern temper / by Robert B. Heilman -- Aspects of the Southern philosophy / by Richard M. Weaver -- How many miles to Babylon / by Andrew Nelson Lytle -- Poe and the agrarian critics / by Robert D. Jacobs -- Allen Tate and the idea of culture / by Wade Donahoe -- The irony of Southern history / by C. Vann Woodward -- 2. The themes of Southern literature: Literature in the South: an exchange of views: On Southern literature and Southern culture / by Howard W. Odum ; No Faulkner in Metropolis / by John Maclachlan -- Southern novelists and the Civil War / by Walter Sullivan -- Time and place in Southern fiction / by H. Blair Rouse -- 3. The novelists of the South: William Faulkner: Protestantism in Yoknappatawpha County / by William Van O'Connor ; Faulkner's tragedy of isolation / by Robert D. Jacobs ; Faulkner and the black shadow / by Irene C. Edmonds -- Robert Penn Warren: Violence and order in the novels of Warren / by Charles R. Anderson ; Warren as philosopher in World enough and time / by Harry Modean Campbell -- Ellen Glasgow / by John Edward Hardy -- James Branch Cabell / by Edd Winfield Parks -- Theme and method in So red the rose / by Donald Davidson -- Katherine Anne Porter and the 'historic memory' / by Ray B. West, Jr. -- Thomas Wolfe in time and place / by Louis D. Rubin, Jr. -- The world of Eudora Welty / by Robert Daniel -- Notes on Erskine Caldwell / by Robert Hazel -- The conservatism of Caroline Gordon / by Vivienne Koch -- 4. The poetry of the South: Ceremonies of bravery: John Crowe Ransom / by Isabel Gamble -- The serpent in the mulberry bush / by Louis D. Rubin, Jr. -- The poetry of John Peale Bishop / by Robert Wooster Stallman -- Donald Davidson as fugitive-agrarian / by Richmond C. Beatty -- The achievement of Cleanth Brooks / by John Edward Hardy -- Poet and psychiatrist: Merrill Moore / by Henry W. Wells.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area Southern States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)269663
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Rubin, Louis D., Jr. 1923-2013,
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