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Eros and freedom in Southern life and thought,

Author: Earl E Thorpe
Publisher: Durham, N.C., Printed by Seeman Printery [1967]
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Thorpe, Earl E.
Eros and freedom in Southern life and thought.
Durham, N.C., Printed by Seeman Printery [1967]
(OCoLC)577109828
Online version:
Thorpe, Earl E.
Eros and freedom in Southern life and thought.
Durham, N.C., Printed by Seeman Printery [1967]
(OCoLC)608617445
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Earl E Thorpe
OCLC Number: 406577
Description: xii, 210 pages 24 cm
Contents: Intimacy and affection between the races in the old South --
Affection and the concept of family in the Old South --
The Negro and the Central Theme and Southern history --
Freedom the Central Theme of Southern history --
Southern Democracy and the Triumph of Repression --
The "Insanity" of Southern leaders and causes of the Civil War --
Race and the Emasculation Myth --
Psychoanalysis and Negro studies.
Responsibility: by Earl E. Thorpe.

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