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SOUTHERN LITERARY JOURNAL
Vols. 1-44. Chapel Hill, 1968/69-2011/12. Partly reprint. $ 2700
- Vols. 1-40. 1968/69-2007/08. Per volume $ 70
- Vols. 41-44. 2008/09-2011/12. Per volume $ 80
- The SOUTHERN LITERARY JOURNAL publishes critical articles on the works of writers from the American South, past and present, as well as essays discussing culture and literary history and criticism as they relate to the South. Journal issues contain about eight scholarly articles 10 to 20 pages in length. Articles have discussed the plantation tales of Thomas Nelson Page and Charles W. Chesnutt, Thomas Wolfe's Of Time and the River, William Styron's uncollected essays, Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man, and Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian. The literature of southern writers makes up an important part of American literature (Katz).