Published November 2002
by Louisiana State University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Suzanne W. Jones (Foreword), Sharon Monteith (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||416|
South to A New Place: Region, Literature, Culture. South to A New Place.: Taking Albert Murray’s South to a Very Old Place as a starting point, contributors to this exciting collection continue the work of critically and creatively remapping the South through their freewheeling studies of southern literature and culture. The practice of place in a postsouthern age / Scott Romine --Dismantling the monolith: Southern places --past, present, and future / Barbara Ladd --Race and intimacy: Albert Murray's South to a very old place / Carolyn M. Jones --Southern culture on the skids: punk, retro, narcissism, and the burden of southern history / Jon Smith --Larry Brown. Taking Albert Murray’s South to a Very Old Place as a starting point, contributors to this exciting collection continue the work of critically and creatively remapping the South through their freewheeling studies of southern literature and culture. Appraising representations of the South within a context that is postmodern, diverse, widely inclusive, and international, the essays present Cited by: In Albert Murray published South To A Very Old Place. Commissioned by the editor of Harperâ s magazine, Willie Morris, to write about â homeâ in a series of articles, the African American writer produced much more: South To A Very Old Place is memoir, travelogue, social commentary.
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