Southern women novelists and the Civil War : trauma and collective memory in the American literary tradition since 1861 (eBook, 2014) [WorldCat.org]
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Southern women novelists and the Civil War : trauma and collective memory in the American literary tradition since 1861

Author: Sharon Talley
Publisher: Knoxville : The University of Tennessee Press, [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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During and after the Civil War, southern women played a critical role in shaping the South's evolving collective memory by penning journals and diaries, historical accounts, memoirs, and literary interpretations of the war. While a few of these writings--most notably Mary Chesnut's diaries and Margaret Mitchell's novel, Gone with the Wind--have been studied in depth by numerous scholars, until now there has been no  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Talley, Sharon, 1952-
Southern women novelists and the Civil War.
(DLC) 2013039695
(OCoLC)864418198
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sharon Talley
ISBN: 9781621900849 1621900843 1306964210 9781306964210
OCLC Number: 883632341
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 432 pages)
Contents: Augusta Jane Evans's Macaria; or, altars of sacrifice --
Sallie Rochester Ford's Raids and romance of Morgan and his men --
Marion Harland's Sunnybank --
Mary Ann Cruse's Cameron Hall: a story of the Civil War --
Rebecca Harding Davis's Waiting for the verdict --
Mary Noailles Murfree's Where the battle was fought and The storm centre --
Ellen Glasgow's The battle-ground --
Mary Johnston's The long roll and Cease firing --
Evelyn Scott's The wave --
Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the wind --
Caroline Gordon's None shall look back --
Margaret Walker's Jubilee --
Kaye Gibbons' On the occasion of my last afternoon --
Josephine Humphreys's Nowhere else on Earth --
Alice Randall's The wind done gone.
Responsibility: Sharon Talley.

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During and after the US Civil War, southern women played a critical role in shaping the South's evolving collective memory by penning journals and diaries, historical accounts, memoirs, and literary  Read more...

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