Rethinking the South: Essays in Intellectual History
University of Georgia Press, 1993 - 271 páginas
Bringing together Michael O’Brien’s pathbreaking essays on the American South, this book examines the persistence and vitality of southern intellectual history from the early nineteenth century to the present day. At once a broad survey of southern thought and a meditation on the subject as an academic discipline, Rethinking the South deftly integrates social history, literary criticism, and historiography as it positions the South within the wider traditions of European and American culture.
In his thoughtful introduction and throughout the ten essays that follow, O'Brien stresses the tradition of Romanticism as a central theme, binding togethere figures as disparate as critic Hugh Legare, literary scholar Edwin Mims, poets Richard Henry Wilde and Allen Tate, and historians W. J. Cash and C. Vann Woodward.
First published as a collection in 1988, these essays confirm O’Brien’s position as a pioneer in establishing and defining the enterprise of southern intellectual history.
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The Endeavor of Southern Intellectual History
On the Mind of the Old South and Its Accessibility
The Lineaments of Antebellum Southern Romanticism
Italy and the Southern Romantics
s Modernization and the NineteenthCentury South
A Heterodox Note on the Southern Renaissance
W J Cash
C Vann Woodward
Intellectual History and the Search for Southern Identity
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