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Volume XXIX, Number 2

Fall 2015

Copyright 2017 by the University of Central Florida: ISSN 0884-2949

About the Cover

This 9x6 digital illustration, inspired by The Double Dealer’s July 1922 cover, expresses the publication’s contributions to the Southern literary tradition as described in Anne MacMaster’s enclosed essay. Special thanks to the Rare Books Department at Tulane University’s Howard-Tilton Memorial Library for providing The Double Dealer cover image and to Cassie McDaniel of Jane & Jury for creating a visual representation of these literary connections.

Table of Contents

  1. William Faulkner, Jean Toomer, and The Double Dealer: Close Connections of a Literary Kind by Anne MacMaster3
  2. Hurt So Bad: The Crisis of Female Embodiment in William Faulkner's Mosquitoes by Kristin Fujie 27
  3. "Room to Breathe": Narrative Anachrony and Suffocation in William Faulkner's "Pantaloon in Black" by Sarah E. Stunden49
  4. An Ethic of the White Southern Self: The Dialectics of Historical Identity and Individual Anonymity in Intruder in the Dust by Atsushi Marutani71
  5. "Ah kin pass wid anything": Blackness as Figural Excess in Faulkner's Go Down, Moses by Christina Thyssen 89
  6. Contributors109
  7. Text Abbreviations111

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