The Resource The history of southern women's literature, edited by Carolyn Perry and Mary Louise Weaks

The history of southern women's literature, edited by Carolyn Perry and Mary Louise Weaks

Label
The history of southern women's literature
Title
The history of southern women's literature
Statement of responsibility
edited by Carolyn Perry and Mary Louise Weaks
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810.9/9287/0975
Index
index present
LC call number
PS261
LC item number
.H534 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Perry, Carolyn
  • Weaks-Baxter, Mary
Series statement
Southern literary studies
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • Authors, American
  • Women
  • Women and literature
  • Southern States
  • Southern States
Label
The history of southern women's literature, edited by Carolyn Perry and Mary Louise Weaks
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 633-640) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Antebellum journals and collections of letters
  • George Grosi
  • Frances Newman
  • Miriam J. Shillingsburg
  • Katherine Anne Porter
  • Janis P. Stout
  • Evelyn Scott
  • Mary Wheeling
  • Caroline Gordon
  • Nancylee Novell Jonza
  • Lillian Smith
  • Mary D. Robertson
  • Will Brantley
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • John Lowe
  • Lillian Hellman
  • Katherine Powell
  • Eudora Welty
  • Albert Devlin
  • Carson McCullers
  • Carlos L. Dews
  • Flannery O'Connor
  • Captivity narratives
  • Sally Fitzgerald
  • Harper Lee
  • Carolyn M. Jones
  • IV.
  • The contemporary South (1960 to the present)
  • Introduction to part IV
  • Carolyn Perry
  • Myths of southern womanhood in contemporary literature
  • Kathryn Lee Seidel
  • Southern women writers and the women's movement
  • Karen A. Weyler
  • Barbara Bennett--
  • Contemporary autobiography and memoir
  • James H. Watkins
  • Contemporary writers and race
  • Minrose C. Gwin
  • Contemporary poetry
  • Carolyn Perry
  • Southern women writers in a changing landscape
  • Connie R. Schomburg
  • A second southern renaissance
  • Gender issues in the old South
  • Linda Tate
  • Margaret Walker
  • Joyce Pettis
  • Mary Lee Settle
  • Loretta Martin Murrey
  • Elizabeth Spencer
  • Peggy Whitman Prenshaw
  • Ellen Douglas
  • Mary Louise Weaks
  • Maya Angelou
  • Mary Louise Weaks
  • Wallis Tinnie
  • Shirley Ann Grau
  • Linda Wagner-Martin
  • Doris Betts
  • Mary Anne Heyward Ferguson
  • Sonia Sanchez
  • Joanne V. Gabbin
  • Ellen Gilchrist
  • Margaret D. Bauer
  • Gail Godwin
  • Eliza Lucas Pinckney
  • Lihong Xie
  • Bobbie Ann Mason
  • Joseph M. Flora
  • Anne Tyler
  • Susan Elizabeth Sweeney
  • Alice Walker
  • Barbara T. Christian
  • Rita Mae Brown
  • Harold Woodell
  • Lee Smith
  • Linda Garner
  • Nancy Parrish
  • Josephine Humphreys
  • Elinor Ann Walker
  • Dorothy Allison
  • Carolyn E. Megan
  • Beth Henley
  • Karen L. Laughlin
  • Jayne Anne Phillips
  • Suzanne Disheroon-Green
  • Jill McCorkle
  • The novel
  • Jenifer B. Elmore
  • Kaye Gibbons
  • Veronica Makowsky
  • Afterward :
  • The future of southern women's writing
  • Mary Louise Weaks and Carolyn Perry
  • Appendix :
  • The study of southern women's literature
  • Anne E. Rowe
  • Karen Manners Smith
  • Preface
  • Women's magazines
  • Cindy A. Stiles
  • Caroline Howard Gilman
  • Cindy A. Stiles
  • The Grimké sisters
  • Ellen H. Todras
  • Louisa S. McCord
  • Richard C. Lounsbury
  • Caroline Lee Hentz
  • Miriam J. Shillingsburg
  • Mary Louise Weaks
  • Early African American women writers
  • Janell Hobson and Frances Smith Foster
  • Southern women writers' response to Uncle Tom's cabin
  • Karen Manners Smith
  • Harriet Ann Jacobs
  • William L. Andrews
  • Civil War diaries and memoirs Walter Sullivan
  • Mary Chesnut
  • Elisabeth Muhlenfeld
  • II.
  • Introduction
  • The postbellum South (1865-1900)
  • Introduction to part II
  • Mary Louise Weaks
  • The new woman of the new South
  • Emily Powers Wright
  • The postbellum novel
  • Amy Thompson McCandle
  • Augusta Jane Evans Wilson
  • Amy Thompson McCandle
  • Southern history in the imagination of African American women writers
  • Doris Betts
  • Elizabeth Fox-Genovese
  • Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
  • Suzanne B. Dietzel
  • Southern women journalists
  • Maurine H. Beasley
  • Southern women humorists
  • Kathryn McKee
  • Mary Noailles Murfree
  • Benjamin F. Fisher
  • Southern women poets of the Victorian Age
  • I.
  • W. Kenneth Holditch
  • Louisiana writers of the postbellum South
  • Joan Wylie Hall
  • Kate Chopin
  • Barbara C. Ewell
  • Grace King
  • Clara Juncker
  • Anna Julia Cooper
  • Roberta S. Maguire
  • Alice Dunbar-Nelson
  • The antebellum and bellum south (beginnings to 1865)
  • Anne Razey Gowdy
  • III.
  • Renaissance in the South (1900-1960)
  • Introduction to part III
  • Carolyn Perry
  • Southern women writers and the beginning of the Renaissance
  • Carol S. Manning
  • The modern novel
  • Lucinda H. MacKethan
  • Gone with the Wind and its influence
  • Introduction to part I
  • Helen Taylor
  • Southern women's autobiography
  • Fred Hobson
  • Women writers and the myths of southern womanhood
  • Anne Goodwyn Jones
  • Re-visioning the southern land
  • Elizabeth Jane Harrison
  • Women writers of the Harlem Renaissance
  • Susan Morrison Hebble
  • Appalachian writers
  • Mary Louise Weaks
  • Parks Lanier, Jr.
  • Southern women writers and social issues
  • Anna Shannon Elfenbein
  • The growing importance of literary circles and mentors
  • Rosemary M. Magee
  • Ellen Glasgow
  • Merrill Maguire Skaggs
  • Julia Peterkin
  • Susan Millar Williams
  • Elizabeth Madox Roberts
Control code
ocm47927587
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xvii, 689 pages
Isbn
9780807127537
Isbn Type
(Hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2001005342
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
9780807127537
System control number
(OCoLC)47927587
Label
The history of southern women's literature, edited by Carolyn Perry and Mary Louise Weaks
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 633-640) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Antebellum journals and collections of letters
  • George Grosi
  • Frances Newman
  • Miriam J. Shillingsburg
  • Katherine Anne Porter
  • Janis P. Stout
  • Evelyn Scott
  • Mary Wheeling
  • Caroline Gordon
  • Nancylee Novell Jonza
  • Lillian Smith
  • Mary D. Robertson
  • Will Brantley
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • John Lowe
  • Lillian Hellman
  • Katherine Powell
  • Eudora Welty
  • Albert Devlin
  • Carson McCullers
  • Carlos L. Dews
  • Flannery O'Connor
  • Captivity narratives
  • Sally Fitzgerald
  • Harper Lee
  • Carolyn M. Jones
  • IV.
  • The contemporary South (1960 to the present)
  • Introduction to part IV
  • Carolyn Perry
  • Myths of southern womanhood in contemporary literature
  • Kathryn Lee Seidel
  • Southern women writers and the women's movement
  • Karen A. Weyler
  • Barbara Bennett--
  • Contemporary autobiography and memoir
  • James H. Watkins
  • Contemporary writers and race
  • Minrose C. Gwin
  • Contemporary poetry
  • Carolyn Perry
  • Southern women writers in a changing landscape
  • Connie R. Schomburg
  • A second southern renaissance
  • Gender issues in the old South
  • Linda Tate
  • Margaret Walker
  • Joyce Pettis
  • Mary Lee Settle
  • Loretta Martin Murrey
  • Elizabeth Spencer
  • Peggy Whitman Prenshaw
  • Ellen Douglas
  • Mary Louise Weaks
  • Maya Angelou
  • Mary Louise Weaks
  • Wallis Tinnie
  • Shirley Ann Grau
  • Linda Wagner-Martin
  • Doris Betts
  • Mary Anne Heyward Ferguson
  • Sonia Sanchez
  • Joanne V. Gabbin
  • Ellen Gilchrist
  • Margaret D. Bauer
  • Gail Godwin
  • Eliza Lucas Pinckney
  • Lihong Xie
  • Bobbie Ann Mason
  • Joseph M. Flora
  • Anne Tyler
  • Susan Elizabeth Sweeney
  • Alice Walker
  • Barbara T. Christian
  • Rita Mae Brown
  • Harold Woodell
  • Lee Smith
  • Linda Garner
  • Nancy Parrish
  • Josephine Humphreys
  • Elinor Ann Walker
  • Dorothy Allison
  • Carolyn E. Megan
  • Beth Henley
  • Karen L. Laughlin
  • Jayne Anne Phillips
  • Suzanne Disheroon-Green
  • Jill McCorkle
  • The novel
  • Jenifer B. Elmore
  • Kaye Gibbons
  • Veronica Makowsky
  • Afterward :
  • The future of southern women's writing
  • Mary Louise Weaks and Carolyn Perry
  • Appendix :
  • The study of southern women's literature
  • Anne E. Rowe
  • Karen Manners Smith
  • Preface
  • Women's magazines
  • Cindy A. Stiles
  • Caroline Howard Gilman
  • Cindy A. Stiles
  • The Grimké sisters
  • Ellen H. Todras
  • Louisa S. McCord
  • Richard C. Lounsbury
  • Caroline Lee Hentz
  • Miriam J. Shillingsburg
  • Mary Louise Weaks
  • Early African American women writers
  • Janell Hobson and Frances Smith Foster
  • Southern women writers' response to Uncle Tom's cabin
  • Karen Manners Smith
  • Harriet Ann Jacobs
  • William L. Andrews
  • Civil War diaries and memoirs Walter Sullivan
  • Mary Chesnut
  • Elisabeth Muhlenfeld
  • II.
  • Introduction
  • The postbellum South (1865-1900)
  • Introduction to part II
  • Mary Louise Weaks
  • The new woman of the new South
  • Emily Powers Wright
  • The postbellum novel
  • Amy Thompson McCandle
  • Augusta Jane Evans Wilson
  • Amy Thompson McCandle
  • Southern history in the imagination of African American women writers
  • Doris Betts
  • Elizabeth Fox-Genovese
  • Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
  • Suzanne B. Dietzel
  • Southern women journalists
  • Maurine H. Beasley
  • Southern women humorists
  • Kathryn McKee
  • Mary Noailles Murfree
  • Benjamin F. Fisher
  • Southern women poets of the Victorian Age
  • I.
  • W. Kenneth Holditch
  • Louisiana writers of the postbellum South
  • Joan Wylie Hall
  • Kate Chopin
  • Barbara C. Ewell
  • Grace King
  • Clara Juncker
  • Anna Julia Cooper
  • Roberta S. Maguire
  • Alice Dunbar-Nelson
  • The antebellum and bellum south (beginnings to 1865)
  • Anne Razey Gowdy
  • III.
  • Renaissance in the South (1900-1960)
  • Introduction to part III
  • Carolyn Perry
  • Southern women writers and the beginning of the Renaissance
  • Carol S. Manning
  • The modern novel
  • Lucinda H. MacKethan
  • Gone with the Wind and its influence
  • Introduction to part I
  • Helen Taylor
  • Southern women's autobiography
  • Fred Hobson
  • Women writers and the myths of southern womanhood
  • Anne Goodwyn Jones
  • Re-visioning the southern land
  • Elizabeth Jane Harrison
  • Women writers of the Harlem Renaissance
  • Susan Morrison Hebble
  • Appalachian writers
  • Mary Louise Weaks
  • Parks Lanier, Jr.
  • Southern women writers and social issues
  • Anna Shannon Elfenbein
  • The growing importance of literary circles and mentors
  • Rosemary M. Magee
  • Ellen Glasgow
  • Merrill Maguire Skaggs
  • Julia Peterkin
  • Susan Millar Williams
  • Elizabeth Madox Roberts
Control code
ocm47927587
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xvii, 689 pages
Isbn
9780807127537
Isbn Type
(Hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2001005342
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
9780807127537
System control number
(OCoLC)47927587

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