Table of contents for I don't hate the South : reflections on Faulkner, family and the South / Houston A. Baker, Jr.

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Contents
Page 6: Introduction
Page 11: On the Distinction of Jr.: Geographies of My Father Name
Page 36: Libraries of Consciousness: 
Public Reading and American Identity
Page 46: A Book of Southern Distinction: The Souls of Black Folk at 100
Page 69: Still Crazy After All These Years: A Yale Black Studies Story
Page 86: The Poetry of Impulse: Black Words on Southern Green
Page 101: Modernity and the Transatlantic Rupture: 
Sugar, and the New South
Page 120: Traveling With Faulkner: 
A Tale of Myth, Contemporaneity, and Southern Letters
Page 150: ¿If you see Robert Penn Warren, ask him: 
Who does speak for the Negro?¿
Reflections on Monk, Black Writing, 
and Percival Everett¿s Erasure
Page 189: Failed Prophet and Falling Stock: 
Why Ralph Ellison was Never Avant-Garde 
Page 207: The Catch: A Meditation on Family, Mental Illness, and My Father
Page 232: Conclusion: Even God Believes in ¿No Guarantees¿
Page 228: Bibliographic Essay 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

American literature -- Southern States -- History and criticism.
Faulkner, William, 1897-1962 -- Criticism and interpretation.
American literature -- African American authors -- History and criticism.
Southern States -- In literature.
Southern States -- Race relations.
Racism -- Southern States.
Baker, Houston A.
African American College teachers -- Biography.
African American families -- Southern States -- Biography.