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Reviewed Works: Southern Literary Study: Problems and Possibilities by Louis D. Rubin, C. Hugh Holman; From Tobacco Road to Route 66: The Southern Poor White in Fiction by Sylvia Jenkins Cook; A Requiem for the Renascence: The State of Fiction in the Modern South by Walter Sullivan
Review by: Richard Gray
Journal of American Studies
Vol. 11, No. 3 (Dec., 1977), pp. 402-404
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