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Thomas Wolfe and Lost Children in Southern Literature

Condition: BRAND NEW
ISBN: 9781621902454
Author(s): Paula Gallant Eckard
Format: Hardcover
Year: 2016
Publisher: University of Tennessee Press
Dimensions: 152 x 23 x 229 (w x l x h)
Pages: 242

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First published in 1937, Thomas Wolfe's The Lost Boy gives name to the theme of lost children that has permeated much of southern literature and provides a template for telling their stories. In Thomas Wolfe and Lost Children in Southern Literature, which grew out of many years of teaching The Lost Boy and other works of southern literature, Paula Gallant Eckard uses Wolfe's novel as a starting point to trace thematic connections among contemporary southern novels that are comparably evocative in their treatment of lostness. Eckard explores six authors and their works: Fred Chappell's I Am One of You Forever, Mark Powell's Prodigals, Kaye Gibbons's Ellen Foster, Sue Monk Kidd's The Secret Life of Bees, Bobbie Anne Mason's In Country, Robert Olmstead's Coal Black Horse, and Lee Smith's On Agate Hill. Though each novel is unique and a product of its own time period, all the novels explored here are cast against the backdrop of the South during eras of conflict and change.
Like The Lost Boy, these novels reflect a sense of history, a sense of loss associated with that history, and an innate love of story and narrative, as well as representations of work that historically have defined the lives of individuals and families throughout the South. In its artistic treatment of lostness, The Lost Boy creates a significant literary legacy. As Eckard demonstrates, that legacy continues in the form of these Please click here to ask a question
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