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Vol. 18, No. 4: Winter 2012

Front Porch: Winter 2012

by Harry L. Watson

“If the South can survive, should it—cotton mills, deb balls, and all?”

Reflections on the South frequently turn on questions of identity. Is the South really different? Different from what? How so and why? What is “southernness”? Is it disappearing or just changing? What is all this mysticism about “place”?

This article appears as an abstract above, the complete article can be accessed in Project Muse
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