Table of contents for James Agee's A death in the family : a restoration of the author's text / edited by Michael A. Lofaro.

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Contents
Introduction	000
General Textual Method	000
A James Agee Chronology	000
James Agee's A Death in the Family	000
	"towards the middle of the twentieth century"	000
	"This little boy you live in": Perceptions c. 1911-1912	000
	The Surprise: 1912	000
	"Enter the Ford": Travel, 1913-1916	000
	May 17, 1916: The Day Before	000
	Daytime: May 18, 1916	000
	Evening: May 18, 1916	000
	Morning: May 19, 1916	000
	"all the way home": The Last Day	000
Textual Commentary and Notes	000
Major Manuscript Variants	000
Marginal Notes	000
Word Choice Where No Preference Is Indicated	000
Paragraphing	000
Appendices
I. How to Read the Corrected McDowell Edition of A Death in the Family from This Text and a Chart of Substantive Corrections to the Library of America Edition of A Death in the Family	000
II. A Structural Comparison of the Restored and the McDowell Editions	000
III. "Knoxville: Summer of 1915"	000
IV. Agee's Memories of His Father's Accident and the Day Before	000
V. Unfinished Draft of Agee's Letter to His Father	000
VI. Unfinished Draft of Agee's Letter to His Mother	000
VII. Letter from Agee's Mother [Mrs. Erskine (Laura Tyler Agee) Wright] Concerning A Death in the Family	000
VIII. Outline and Possible Introduction to Agee's Massive Autobiographical Project and the Place of "This book" in It	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Agee, James, 1909-1955. Death in the family.
Traffic accident victims -- Fiction.
Knoxville (Tenn.) -- Fiction.
Fathers and sons -- Fiction.
Boys -- Fiction.
Domestic fiction.
Bildungsromans. gsafd.