Unsteadily Marching on the U.S. South Motion

This collection includes a rich variety of approaches to Southerners' complex understandings of change and developments reflected in the literature, history, and culture of this distinctive region. Contributors from both sides of the Atlantic address introspective journeys of literary pilgrimage, shed new light on the history of the civil rights movement as well as its reflection in literature, analyse transactions from literature to film, trace religious pilgrimages in both history and film, and follow a host of authors and literary figures on their journeys through the South or their forced or voluntary flight from it, in search of other places where they might find refuge or where they might sow the seeds of a new beginning.
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