RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 44172846 LA English T1 Where no flag flies : Donald Davidson and the Southern resistance A1 Winchell, Mark Royden,, PB University of Missouri Press PP Columbia, Mo. YR 2000 SN 0826212743 9780826212740 AB "Donald Davidson (1893-1968) may well be the most unjustifiably neglected figure in twentieth-century southern literature. One of the most important poets of the Fugitive movement, he also produced a substantial body of literary criticism, the libretto for an American folk opera, a widely used composition textbook, and the recently discovered novel The Big Ballad Jamboree. As a social and political activist, Davidson had significant impact on conservative thought in this century, influencing important scholars from Cleanth Brooks to M.E. Bradford. This work offers a complete narrative of Davidson's life with all of its triumphs and losses, frustrations and fulfillments."--Jacket.