Table of contents for An American vein : critical readings in Appalachian literature / edited by Danny L. Miller, Sharon Hatfield, and Gurney Norman.

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Preface	000
Introduction	000
1. New Directions: Folk or Hillbilly?
Cratis D. Williams	1
2. Appalachian Literature at Home in This World
Jim Wayne Miller	000
3. Jesse Stuart and James Still: Mountain Regionalists
Dayton Kohler	000
4. The Changing Poetic Canon: The Case of Jesse Stuart and Ezra Pound
Charles H. Daughaday	000
5. James Still's Poetry: "The Journey a Worldly Wonder"
Jeff Daniel Marion	000
6. On Harriette Arnow's The Dollmaker
Joyce Carol Oates	000
7. The Christian and the Classic in The Dollmaker
Barbara Hill Rigney	000
8. Social Criticism in the Works of Wilma Dykeman
Oliver King Jones III	000
9. Casting a Long Shadow: The Tall Woman
Patricia Gantt	000
10. O Beulah Land: The "Yaller Vision" of Jeremiah Catlett
Jane Gentry Vance	000
11. The Beulah/Canona Connection: Mary Lee Settle's Autobiographies
Nancy Carol Joyner	000
12. The Appalachian Homeplace as Oneiric House in Jim Wayne Miller's The Mountains Have 
Come Closer
Don Johnson	000
13. The Mechanical Metaphor: Machine and Tool Images in The Mountains Have Come Closer
Ricky Cox	000
14. Kin and Kindness in Gurney Norman's Kinfolks: The Wilgus Stories
Danny L. Miller	000
15. "The Primal Ground of Life": The Integration of Traditional and Countercultural Values in the 
Work of Gurney Norman
Timothy J. Dunn	000
16. John Ehle and Appalachian Fiction
Leslie Banner	000
17. The Power of Language in Lee Smith's Oral History
Corinne Dale	000
18. A New, Authoritative Voice: Fair and Tender Ladies
Dorothy Combs Hill	000
19. "Where's Love?": The Overheard Quest in the Stories of Jo Carson
Robert J. Higgs	000
20. Family Journeys in Jo Carson's Daytrips
Anita J. Turpin	000
21. Points of Kinship: Community and Allusion in Fred Chappell's Midquest
John Lang	000
22. Fred Chappell's Urn of Memory: I Am One of You Forever
Hilbert Campbell	000
23. Coming Out from Under Calvinism: Religious Motifs in Robert Morgan's Poetry
John Lang	000
24. Robert Morgan's Mountain Voice and Lucid Prose
Cecelia Conway	000
25. Class and Identity in Denise Giardina's Storming Heaven
Terry Easton	000
26. Cormac McCarthy: Restless Seekers
John G. Cawelti	000
27. Claiming a Literary Space: The Affrilachian Poets
Theresa L. Burriss	000
28. Nature-Loving Souls and Appalachian Mountains: The Promise of Feminist Ecocriticism
Elizabeth Engelhardt	000
29. The Wolves of Aegypt: John Crowley's Appalachians
Rodger Cunningham	000
Supplemental Notes on Authors	000
Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

American literature -- Appalachian Region -- History and criticism.
Authors, American -- Homes and haunts -- Appalachian Region.
Appalachian Region -- Intellectual life.
Appalachian Region -- In literature.
Mountain life in literature.