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The Female Tradition in Southern Literature

Cuts a feminist swath through orthodox readings of southern literature. "Distinguished. . . . These essays reclaim women's traditions which have been neglected by critics who ought to have known better." -- Kathryn Lee Seidel, author of The Southern Belle in the American Novel

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