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Spring 1977

Spring 1977

Volume 53, Number 2

  • Richard H. King’s “Mourning and Melancholia: Will Percy and the Southern Tradition”
  • Louis J. Halle’s “The Conduct Versus the Teaching of International Relations”
  • Lucian W. Pye’s “A Very Exceptional Communist”
  • Louis D. Rubin’s “Carson McCullers: the Aesthetic of Pain”
  • Stories by Richard H. King, Louis J. Halle, Lucian W. Pye, and Louis D. Rubin
  • Poetry by Louise Conant, Hank Lazer, and Wyatt Prunty
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Spring 1977

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Author Profiles

Louis D. Rubin, Jr., in his long and distinguished career, has had an immeasurable impact on Southern writing—as novelist, essayist, teacher, and founder of Algonquin Books.