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Dixie Matters. New Perspectives on Southern Femininities and Masculinities

Dixie Matters. New Perspectives on Southern Femininities and Masculinities

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Studies in Literature and Culture. Volume 10

edited by Urszula Niewiadomska-Flis
Stron: 224
Format: 220 x 205 mm
Rok wydania: 2013


Urszula Niewiadomska-Flis

Women in the domestic space of the segregated south

The Slave and the Mistress: Opposing Definitions of Womanhood in the Antebellum South
Youli Theodosiadou

Segregation and Civil Rights in the Domestic Sphere: the Mammy Image in Like One of the Family and The Help
Susana María Jiménez Placer

The Help: Southern Womanhood Revisited
Marie Liénard-Yeterian

Race and class through a gendered lens

Paving the Way for Change: The 1960s South in Shirley Ann Grau's "The First Day of School" and Joan Williams' "Spring is Now"
Gérald Préher

In the Circles of Dirt and Desire: the Jacobean spectacle of cruelty in Rebecca Gilman's The Glory of Living
Agnieszka Matysiak

Performing gender and sexuality

Southern Fictional Tomboys Destabilize Traditional Gender Roles and Dominant Notions of Whiteness
Constante González Groba

Between Permeability and Peculiarity: the Poetics of Gender in Jingling in the Wind by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
Gis&egravele Sigal

New perspectives on Gone with the wind

Hiding in Plain Sight: The Vanishing Male Figure in Gone With the Wind
Emmeline Gros

I Have (Not) Forgot Much, Cynara! Gone With the Wind as Global Sensibility
Beata Zawadka



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