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Journal of the Short Story in English - N° 67

Representation and Rewriting of Myths in Southern Short Fiction

2016

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Domaines : Littérature | Littérature XXe siècle
Littérature | Littérature générale
Langues et civilisations | Études américaines

Revue : Journal of the Short Story in English

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Format : 15,5 x 23,5 cm
Nombre de pages : 320 p.

ISBN : 978-2-7535-6505-0

Disponibilité : auprès de l'éditeur
Prix : 20,00 €

 

  • Sommaire

  • Michelle Ryan-Sautour and Linda Collinge-Germain, Foreword
  • Gérald Préher and Emmanuel Vernadakis, Introduction
  • Ineke Bockting, The Rape Complex in Short Fiction From the American South
  • Inès Casas, Ellen Glasgow’s “Jordan’s End”: Antigone in the South?
  • Susana Maria Jiménez-Placer, From “Faithful Old Servant” to “Bantu Woman”: Katherine Anne Porter’s Approach to the Mammy Myth in “The Old Order”
  • Rémi Digonnet, Myth and Metaphor in James Agee’s “1928 Story”
  • Amélie Moisy, Myth for the Masses: Erskine Caldwell’s “Daughter”
  • Elisabeth Lamothe, Frontiers of Myth and Myths of the Frontier in Caroline Gordon’s “Tom Rivers” and “The Captive”
  • Françoise Buisson, William Faulkner’s “My Grandmother Millard” (1943) and Caroline Gordon’s “The Forest of the South” (1944): Comic and Tragic Versions of the Southern Belle Myth
  • Ben Forkner, Converging Toward the Human: Myth and Theory in “The Wide Net” (and me)
  • Emmanuel Vernadakis, Violent Fragility: The Mythical, the Iconic and Tennessee Williams’ Politics of Gender in “One Arm”
  • Françoise Clary, Black Image and Blackness: Rewriting Myth as Cultural Code in Ralph Ellison’s “King of the Bingo Game”
  • Ruth Fialho, Good Country People Between Old South and New South in Flannery O’Connor’s Short Fiction
  • Bénédicte Meillon, Revisiting the Universal Significance of Mythologies: Barbara Kingsolver’s Syncretic and Mythopoeic Short Story “Jump-Up Day”
  • Marcel Arbeit, Appalachian Myths and Stereotypes in Chris Offutt’s “Sawdust” and “Melungeons”
  • Candela Delgado Marin, Bobbie Ann Mason Challenges the Myth of Southernness: Postmodern Identities, Blurring Borders and Literary Labels
  • Frédérique Spill, Ron Rash’s Burning Bright (2010): Rewriting the Debacle of the South in the Present
  • Tanya Tromble, Joyce Carol Oates’s “Little Maggie”: Southern Myth in Ballad Form and Beyond
  • Alice Clark, “Trick or Treat”: A Short Story
  • Alice Clark, Sarah Delmas, Nicole Moulinoux, Gérald Préher, Frédérique Spill, “… trying to find out how to balance tragedy and comedy” An Interview with Lisa Alther
  • Frédérique Spill, Something Rich and Strange: Ron Rash on Short Story Writing
  • Contributors’ Notes

 

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