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Contributors Barbara C. Ewell is the Dorothy H. Brown Distinguished Professor of English at Loyola University New Orleans. Best known for her work on Kate Chopin, she co-authored with Pamela Glenn Menke Southern Local Color: Stories of Region, Race and Gender (U of Georgia P, 2002). Her first published essay, on John Barth, appeared in SLJ in 1973. For many years, she served as Professor of English, and eventually as Vice President of Academic Affairs, at Regis College in Weston, MA. In addition to work on Kate Chopin and co-authoring Southern Local Color: Stories of Region, Race and Gender, she has published on Alice Dunbar Nelson, Zora Neale Hurston, George Washington Cable, and Walter Hines Page. Lynn R. Johnson is Assistant Professor and Chair of the Africana Studies Department at Dickinson College. Her research focuses on African American literature and African aesthetics. She is currently completing a manuscript which explores the Middle Passage as metaphor in 19th-century African American literature. Travis Montgomery is an English instructor at the University of Pamela Glenn Menke is Associate Provost at Miami Dade College. Mississippi. A specialist in American literature, he has published articles on William Gilmore Simms and Willa Cather. University of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Southern Literary Journal University of North Carolina Press

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Abstract

Barbara C. Ewell is the Dorothy H. Brown Distinguished Professor of English at Loyola University New Orleans. Best known for her work on Kate Chopin, she co-authored with Pamela Glenn Menke Southern Local Color: Stories of Region, Race and Gender (U of Georgia P, 2002). Her first published essay, on John Barth, appeared in SLJ in 1973. For many years, she served as Professor of English, and eventually as Vice President of Academic Affairs, at Regis College in Weston, MA. In addition to work on Kate Chopin and co-authoring Southern Local Color: Stories of Region, Race and Gender, she has published on Alice Dunbar Nelson, Zora Neale Hurston, George Washington Cable, and Walter Hines Page. Lynn R. Johnson is Assistant Professor and Chair of the Africana Studies Department at Dickinson College. Her research focuses on African American literature and African aesthetics. She is currently completing a manuscript which explores the Middle Passage as metaphor in 19th-century African American literature. Travis Montgomery is an English instructor at the University of Pamela Glenn Menke is Associate Provost at Miami Dade College. Mississippi. A specialist in American literature, he has published articles on William Gilmore Simms and Willa Cather. University of

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The Southern Literary JournalUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Jul 4, 2010

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