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Winter 1990

Winter 1990

Volume 66, Number 1

  • Florence Chanock Cohen’s “Layla: An Israeli Parable”
  • Louis D. Rubin’s “From Combray to Ithaca; Or, the ‘Southernness’ of Southern Literature”
  • Gaines M. Foster’s “Coming to Terms With Defeat: Post-Vietnam America and the Post-Civil War South”
  • Piri Halasz’s “Growing Up Progressive”
  • Stories by Florence Chanock Cohen, Louis D. Rubin, Gaines M. Foster, and Piri Halasz
  • Poetry by Richard Dankleff, Alan Williamson, Carl Dennis, and Roger Fanning
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Winter 1990

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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.