Issue: Spring 1989

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  • Race, Gender, and Coeederate Nationalism: William D. Washington's Burial of Latane (Nonfiction - page 297)
  • Saturday Job (Fiction - page 384)
  • Singleton's Tooth: Thoughts on the Form and Meaning of Antebellum Southern Family Correspondence (Nonfiction - page 323)
  • Sunday Night, Driving Home; Widow (Poetry - page 499)
  • T. S. Eliot and the Interpretation of Experience (Review - page 503)
  • Talia (Fiction - page 366)
  • The Demon in My View (Fiction - page 421)
  • The Price of Freedom: An Interview with Mary Lee Settle (page 351)
  • The Road Home, November (Poetry - page 496)
  • The Stars at Moonrise; Adams County; My Neighbor (Poetry - page 489)
  • Warm Springs (Fiction - page 475)
  • Where We Were Born and Raised: On the Continuity of Southern Conservatism (Nonfiction - page 334)
  • End Special Section: The American South: Essays in Intellectual History (Nonfiction - page 0)
  • Special Section: The American South: Essays in Intellectual History (Nonfiction - page 0)