A World Immeasurably Alive and Good: A Look at James Wright’s “Collected Poems”

The Mighty Monarch of the South: Yellow Fever in Charleston and Savannah

A Radical Historical Novelist of the ’80’s

Counterhumor: Comedy in Contemporary American Fiction

Growing Up in Georgia and Tennessee: The Letters of John E. Talmadge and William Wallace Davidson

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on William Carlos Williams’ Paterson: Language and Landscape by Joel Conarroe; Studies in Paterson. [Charles E. Merrill Studies] by John Engels; A Companion to William Carlos Williams’s Paterson by Benjamin Sankey; & William Carlos Williams: The American Background by Mike Weaver

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on A New History of Spanish American Fiction. Vol. I, Vol. II by Kessel Schwartz