The South Is Another Land: Essays on the Twentieth-Century South by Bruce ClaytonThe South Is Another Land: Essays on the Twentieth-Century South by Bruce Clayton

The South Is Another Land: Essays on the Twentieth-Century South

EditorBruce Clayton

Hardcover | June 1, 1987

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"One might argue as to whether the South is another land' or only a separate verse in the American song. There should be little argument over the usefulness of this collection of ten essays. They find their common ground in a loose schema--the 20th-century South with subsections on politics, the world of work, ' religious affairs, and the search for the South.' All the work is most competently done. It may appear to some that the essays on the southern politicians are generic stories now thrice told; however, they show the individual differences and the uniqueness of personality that always make the biographical approach worthwhile. For sheer relevance to contemporary concerns it would be hard to surpass Willard B. Gatewood's After Scopes: Evolution in the South.' The expected questions of the southern nature, character, identity, and mind make their due appearances. Full notes with each essay, and a useful bibliographical essay on the major works. There is something here for professor, student, and general reader; university, college, and public libraries should have this volume." Choice
Title:The South Is Another Land: Essays on the Twentieth-Century SouthFormat:HardcoverDimensions:230 pages, 9.74 × 6.18 × 0.88 inPublished:June 1, 1987Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313255563

ISBN - 13:9780313255564

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?One might argue as to whether the South is another land' or only a separate verse in the American song. There should be little argument over the usefulness of this collection of ten essays. They find their common ground in a loose schema--the 20th-century South with subsections on politics, the world of work, ' religious affairs, and the search for the South.' All the work is most competently done. It may appear to some that the essays on the southern politicians are generic stories now thrice told; however, they show the individual differences and the uniqueness of personality that always make the biographical approach worthwhile. For sheer relevance to contemporary concerns it would be hard to surpass Willard B. Gatewood's After Scopes: Evolution in the South.' The expected questions of the southern nature, character, identity, and mind make their due appearances. Full notes with each essay, and a useful bibliographical essay on the major works. There is something here for professor, student, and general reader; university, college, and public libraries should have this volume.?-Choice