New essays on Eudora Welty, class, and race / edited by Harriet Pollack.Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooksCritical perspectives on Eudora Welty: Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, Description: 1 online resource (vii, 232 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781496826190; 1496826191; 9781496826169; 1496826167; 9781496826176; 1496826175; 9781496826183; 1496826183Subject(s): Race relations in literatureAdditional physical formats: Print version:: New essays on Eudora Welty, class, and raceDDC classification: 813/.52 LOC classification: PS3545.E6 | Z79 2020Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Includes bibliographical references.
Eudora Welty, Whiteness, and Race Reconsidered: An Introduction / Harriet Pollack -- Transformative Performances: Eudora Welty's "Negro State Fair Parade" Photographs / Annette Trefzer -- The Lynched Earth: Trees, Trespass, and Political Intelligence in Welty's "A Worn Path" and Morrison's Home / Donnie McMahand and Kevin L. Murphy -- Specters on Staircases: Race, Property, and the Gothic in William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!, Eudora Welty's Delta Wedding, and Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon / Sarah Gilbreath Ford -- Moon Lake's Orphans and "The Other Way to Live" / Jean C. Griffith -- The Boogie in the Bush: The Boundaries of Race, Nature, and Desire in Eudora Welty's The Golden Apples / Christin Marie Taylor -- For Crying Out Loud, or "The Truth Is Something Worse, I Ain't Said What Yet": African American Howls and Cries as Radical Punctuation/Puncture in Eudora Welty's Fiction / Rebecca Mark -- Faltering Narrative: Eudora Welty's "The Burning," Slavery's Ghosts, and the Politics of Grief / Susan V. Donaldson -- Insiders, Outsiders, and Class Anxiety: Eudora Welty and Bob Dylan on the Medgar Evers Murder / Adrienne Akins Warfield -- Demonstration of Life: Signifying for Social Justice in Eudora Welty's "The Demonstrators" / Ebony O. Lumumba -- Welty's Moonlighting Detective: Whiteness and Welty's Subversion of the American Noir Tradition in "The Demonstrators" / Jacob Agner -- Ideology, Ethnicity, and Performativity in Eudora Welty's Losing Battles / Stephen M. Fuller.
"Contributions by Jacob Agner, Susan V. Donaldson, Sarah Gilbreath Ford, Stephen M. Fuller, Jean C. Griffith, Ebony Lumumba, Rebecca Mark, Donnie McMahand, Kevin Murphy, Harriet Pollack, Christin Marie Taylor, Annette Trefzer, and Adrienne Akins Warfield The year 2013 saw the publication of Eudora Welty, Whiteness, and Race, a collection in which twelve critics changed the conversation on Welty's fiction and photography by mining and deciphering the complexity of her responses to the Jim Crow South. The thirteen diverse voices in New Essays on Eudora Welty, Class, and Race deepen, reflect on, and respond to those seminal discussions. These essays freshly consider such topics as Welty's uses of African American signifying in her short stories and her attention to public street performances interacting with Jim Crow rules in her unpublished photographs. Contributors discuss her adaptations of gothic plots, haunted houses, Civil War stories, and film noir. And they frame Welty's work with such subjects as Bob Dylan's songwriting, the idea and history of the orphan in America, and standup comedy. They compare her handling of whiteness and race to other works by such contemporary writers as William Faulkner, Richard Wright, Toni Morrison, Chester Himes, and Alice Walker. Discussions of race and class here also bring her masterwork The Golden Apples and her novel Losing Battles, underrepresented in earlier conversations, into new focus. Moreover, as a group these essays provide insight into Welty as an innovative craftswoman and modernist technician, busily altering literary form with her frequent, pointed makeovers of familiar story patterns, plots, and genres"-- Provided by publisher.
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