Tables of Contents

VII (1979)

Preface 3
Mary Hartwell Catherwood's Disguised Handbook of Feminism Peggy B. Treece 7
Back to Mitchell County Clarence A. Andrews 15
Michigan's Forgotten Son—James Oliver Curwood John Hepler 25
Spoon River's "Epilogue" Herb Russell 34
"From East-Side to South-Side with Love": The Friendship of Sherwood Anderson and Paul Rosenfeld David D. Anderson 41
Siouxland Panorama: Frederick Manfred's Green Earth Joseph M. Flora 56

VIII (1980)

Preface 3
Experimentation in the Chicago Little Theatre: Cloyd Head's Grotesques Marilyn Judith Atlas 7
Arthur Davison Ficke's "Ten Grotesques" Kay Kinsella Rout 20
The Little Review and Sherwood Anderson David D. Anderson 28
Masters's "Griffy the Cooper," Two Versions Robert Narveson 39
Literature from the Crucible of Experience: Jack Conroy in Ohio, 1927-30 Douglas Wixson 44
From Your Place and Beyond Sylvia Wheeler 61
Ordinary People: Extraordinary Novel John Stark 71
Edna Ferber and the "Theatricalization" of American Mythology Ellen Serlen Uffen 82
The Fiction of Ray Bradbury: Universal Themes in Midwestern Settings Thomas P. Linkfield 94
The Old Northwest and Gilded Age Politics: An Analysis Lawrence Ziewacz 102

IX (1981)

Preface 4
Three Generations of Missouri Fiction David D. Anderson 7
Midwestern Civilization and Its Discontents: Lewis's Carol Kennicott and Roth's Lucy Nelson James B. Carothers 21
"A Word for What Was Eaten:" An Introduction to Della T. Lutes and Her Fiction Lawrence R. Dawson 31
Harriet Monroe, Margaret Anderson, and the Spirit of the Chicago Renaissance Marilyn J. Atlas 43
"Borne Back Ceaselessly Into the Past:" The Autobiographical Fiction of Sherwood Anderson Roger J. Bresnahan 54
The Natural and the Shooting of Eddie Waitkus James Barbour and Robert Sattelmyer 61

X (1982)

Preface 4
"'We Was Girls Together'": A Study of Toni Morrison's Sula Anna Shannon 9
The Terra Firma of Harriette Arnow's Fiction Pauline Adams and Emma S. Thornton 23
Extending the Boundaries of the Ego: Eva in "Tell Me a Riddle" Sara Culver 38
Surrogate Mothers: The Manipulation of Daughters in Works by Jessamyn West Jane S. Bakerman 49
Innovation in Chicago: Alice Gerstenberg's Psychological Drama Marilyn J. Atlas 59

XI (1983)

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Morris Birkbeck's Notes on a Journey in America John E. Hallwas 7
Paul Laurence Dunbar's Civil War Verse Bernard F. Engel 15
The "Old Hands" of Winesburg Roger J. Bresnahan 19
Fun in Winesburg Thaddeus B. Hurd 28
The Evil in Michigan's Northern Forests Thomas P. Linkfield 40
The Room, the City, and the War: Saul Bellow's Dangling Man David D. Anderson 49

XII (1984)

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"I Want to Know Why" as Biography and Fiction Walter B. Rideout 7
Many Marriages as a Postmodern Novel David Stouck 15
The Revisions in Windy McPherson's Son, Sherwood Anderson's First Novel Ray Lewis White 23
Sherwood Anderson's Grotesques and Modern American Fiction David D. Anderson 53

XIII (1985)

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A Northern Monument to the Young Ernest Hemingway T. Kilgore Splake 7
Eugene Thwing's Red-Keg: Taming the Competitive Spirit Jean A. Laming 10
The "Chelsea Chapter" in an Edgar Lee Masters Biography Evelyn Schroth 20
Frank Vlchek's Story of My Life: A Translation and an Edition Robert D. Narveson 26
Remembering Floyd Dell R. Craig Sautter 33
Chicago Cityscapes by Theodore Dreiser, Sherwood Anderson, and Saul Bellow David D. Anderson 43
Paul Osborn and His Gals in Kalamazoo Christine Birdwell 50

XIV (1986)

Kenny J. Williams 7
Chicago as Setting and Force in William Riley Burnett's Little Caesar (1929) Douglas A. Noverr 25
Mr. Dooley and Slats Grobnik: Chicago Commentators on the World Around Them Roger J. Bresnahan 34
Working Worlds in David Mamet's Dramas Dorothy H. Jacobs 47
"That Somber City" Since MidCentury David D. Anderson 58

XV (1987)

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The Greeley Phenomenon, or Some Parish! Some Priest! David D. Anderson 7
The Sacramental Body: Andrew Greeley's Autobiography Roger J. Bresnahan 11
Andrew M. Greeley: Ethnic Historian or Social Reformer Patricia W. Julius 19
Renew Your People, Oh Lord: Andrew Greeley's Passover Trilogy Kathleen Rout 25

XVI (1988)

Preface 5
The Diaries of an 1870s Michigan Schoolteacher: "To Rear the Tender Thought" Marilyn Mayer Culpepper and Pauline Gordon Adams 7
The Great War, The Midwest, and Modernism: Cather, Dos Passos, and Hemingway John Rohrkemper 19
Six Poems by Janet Lewis, from The Indians in the Woods Kathleen Rout 30
John Brown (né Jake Braunowitz) of the Wasteland of Jo Sinclair (née Ruth Seid) Ellen Serlen Uffen 41
Michigan Upper Peninsula Literary Traditions and the Poetry of T. Kilgore Splake Thomas H. Smith 52
Saul Bellow and the Midwestern Tradition: Beginnings David D. Anderson 59

XVII (1989)

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The Decline of Higher Education in the Middle West Paul W. Miller 7
Discontinuity and Unity of Place in the Writings of Rodney Nelson Jill B. Gidmark 15
Playing Pedro and Other Diversions: Some Observations on Leisure Activities in the Midwest, 1870-1910 Pauline Gordon Adams, Marilyn Mayer Culpepper 22
Jack Conroy and Proletarian Fiction David D. Anderson 33
The "Unclassed" Rebel Poet Bernard F. Engel 45

XVIII (1990)

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Maine's Gift to the Midwest: Elihu Washburne Royce E. Flood 7
How It Played in Emporia: The World According to William Allen White Roger J. Bresnahan 17
John Herrmann, Midwestern Modern: Part I David D. Anderson 26
Threatening Places, Hiding Places: The Midwest in Selected Stories by Joyce Carol Oates Margaret Rozga 34
Toni Morrison's Beloved and the Critics Marilyn Judith Atlas 45

XIX (1991)

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Vilhjalmur Stefansson: North Dakotan in the Arctic Robert D. Narveson 9
Placelessness Against Place: Willa Cather's Nebraska Novels William Barillas 20
New Lives, New Names: Dreiser's Carrie G. T. Lenard 29
The Cosmopolitan Midwesterner Janet Ruth Heller 37
John Herrmann, Midwestern Modern, Part II: The Alger Hiss Case and the Midwestern Literary Connection David D. Anderson 42

XX (1992)

Preface 5
Kirkland's Myth of the American Eve: Re-visioning the Frontier Experience Kelli A. Larson 9
Gopher Prairie, Zenith, and Grand Republic: Nice Places to Visit, but Would Even Sinclair Lewis Want to Live There? Sally E. Parry 15
Ray Bradbury's "The Kilimanjaro Device": The Need to Correct the Errors of Time Loren Logsdon 28
A Raisin in the Sun: A Study in Afro-American Culture Sandra Seaton 40
Don Robertson's Cleveland Trilogy David D. Anderson 50

XXI (1993)

Preface 5
Provincialism and Cosmopolitanism: A Re-Assessment of Early Midwestern Realism Ronald M. Grosh 9
The Violation of Hospitality and the Demoralization of the Frontier David L. Newquist 19
A Historian's Fiction: Uses of Stereotype in Mari Sandoz's Son of the Gamblin' Man Mary Jean DeMarr 29
"Starting Out in Chicago": Saul Bellow's Literary Apprenticeship David D. Anderson 44
"Coming to Writing" Through the Impressionist Fiction of Tillie Olsen Kathy Wolfe 57

XXII (1994)

Preface 5
Poems of Popular Common Grounds: Four Voices of the Midwest James R. Saucerman 9
Sisters in a Quest - Sister Carrie and A Thousand Acres: the Search for Identity in Gendered Territory Margaret Rozga 18
From Life to Art: The Short Fiction of Mari Sandoz Kathy Wolfe Farnsley 30
Portrait of a Poet as a Young Man: Lucien Stryk Susan Porterfield 36
Saul Bellow and the Midwestern Myth of the Search David D. Anderson 46

XXIII (1995)

Preface 5
Sherwood Anderson's Oral Tradition Philip Greasley 9
The Unrealized City in Sherwood Anderson's Windy McPherson's Son and Marching Men Clarence B. Lindsay 17
Sherwood Anderson and Midwestern Literary Radicalism in the 1930s Douglas Wixson 28
Sherwood Anderson's Creative Distortion of his Sister Stella's Character in The Memoirs Paul W. Miller 40
The Durability of Winesburg, Ohio David D. Anderson 51

XXIV (1996)

Preface 5
Beauty, Virtue and Disciplinary Power: A Foucauldian Reading of Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye Lynn Scott 9
Affirming Characters, Communities, and Change: Dialogism in Toni Morrison's Sula Michael Wilson 24
On a Jet Plane: Jadine's Search for Identity through Place in Toni Morrison's Tar Baby Mary Beth Pringle 37
"The Site of Memory": Narrative and Meaning in toni Morrison's Beloved John Rohrkemper 51
Cracked Psyches and Verbal Putty: Geography and Integrity in Toni Morrison's Jazz Marilyn J. Atlas 63

XXV (1997)

Preface 5
The Literary Landscape of Minnesota Small Towns; Gopher Prairie, Staggerford, and Lake Wobegon Elmer Suderman 9
We Turned Hobo: A Depression Tale Recovered James M. Boehnlein 19
Grace Stone Coates: A Lyric Girlhood Melody M. Zajdel 28
James Thurber, Midwestern "Innocent Abroad" Russ Bodi 38
Louis Bromfield and Ecology in Fiction: A Re-Assessment David D. Anderson 48

XXVI (1998)

Preface 5
Why "It's Crazy to stay Chinese in Minnesota": A Meditation on Double-Consciousness Roger Jiang Bresnahan 9
Eliza Farnham and the Prairie Nancy McKinney 18
A Name on the Land David D. Anderson 27
Families William B. Thomas 34
My Home Town: The Empty Places We Lived in the Middle of Elmer Suderman 41
Jon Hassler: 1997 Mark Twain Award Jill Gidmark 62

XXVII (Spring 1999)

Preface 5
Ambrose Bierce's "Chickamauga": A Lesson in History Kelli A. Larson 9
Playing "with the faith of fifty million people"?: The Response of the Print Media to the Black Sox Scandal and its Revelations about Gambling Douglas A. Noverr 23
Priestly Sleuths: Mystery in Midwestern Urban Settings Russ Bodi 23
Louis Bromfield's "Cubic Foot of Soil" David D. Anderson 41
A Chapter of Autobiography, Part One William Thomas 48
A Major Midwestern Bibliography: a review essay David D. Anderson 56

XXVII (Fall 1999)

Preface 5
The Chicago Renaissance in Fiction David D. Anderson 7
Between the Mission and the Factory: Eunice Tietjens's Profiles From China Marilyn J. Atlas 17
James Purdy's Gertrude (1997): A Visit to Chicago Painter Gertrude Abercrombie (1909-1977) in Hades Paul W. Miller 26
The Cultural Predicament of Ethnic Writers: Three Chicago Poets Roger J. Jiang Bresnahan 36
Saul Bellow and The Nobel Savage: An Anticipatory Review David D. Anderson 47
A Chapter of Autobiography: Part Two William Thomas 54

XXVIII (Spring 2000)

Preface 5
There's No Place Like Home: The Midwest in American Film Musicals Edward Recchia 9
Blood - And a Name - On the Land David D. Anderson 19
How I "Earned my Oars," Or Nautical Passage at Fifty for Mary Ellen Caldwell Jill B. Gidmark 25
Some Comments on William Thomas's "The Farm, 1912-1940" Theodore R. Kennedy 29
A Chapter of Autobiography: Conclusion William Thomas 33

XXVIII (Fall 2000)

Preface 3
"Deconstructing Culture in Kingsblood Royal," Robert L. McLaughlin 7
"Constructing MASCULINITY IN Hike and the Aeroplane," Sally E. Parry 32
"'war is a horrible thing': Looking at Lewis's Political Philosophy through Hike and the Aeroplane,"
"'Snoway talkcher father': Nativism and the Modern Family in Babbitt," Ellen Dupree 41
"Babbitt: The Literary Dimension," Martin Bucco 50

XXIX (Spring 2001)

An Invitation (1971) 9
A Response (1971) Judd Arnett 11
Letters
Greetings (1971) John T. Frederick 12
On Louis Bromfield (1972) Robert Reiss 13
On The Little Review (1972) Robert Reiss 13
Comments
The Midwest as Hearthstone (1979) Walter Havighurst 18
The Bellman (1977) John T. Flanagan 23
On The Midwestern Imagination (ca 1961) Bernard Duffey 28
The Country in the Boy
Manuscript to Print (1976)
William Thomas 31
The Pleasures of Reviewing (1973) David D. Anderson 34
Coda
Should West Virginia Be Admitted to the Midwest (1973) Jerry J. West 37

XXIX (Fall 2001)

Preface 3
"The Idea of Europe in Sinclair Lewis's Novels" Robert E. Fleming 7
"Walden Pond and Tin Lizzie: Sinclair Lewis Records the Great Plans" Roger Forseth 20
"Here is the story THE MOVIES DARED NOT MAKE': The Contemporary Context and Reception Strategies of the New York Post's Serialization (1936) of It Can't Happen Here" Frederick Betz 29
"The Language of Unrest: It Can't Happen Here and Native Son" Rebecca Cooper 44
"Mrs Babbitt and Mrs Rabbit" Brenda Gabioud Brown 55

XXX (Spring 2002)

Preface 3
Center Stage: Midwestern Plays and Playwrights David Radavich 7
Alice Gerstenberg and the Experimental Trap Dorothy Chansky 21
From Novel to Plays: Zona Gale and the Marriage Plot in Three Versions of Miss Lulu Bett Marilyn Judith Atlas 35
Reconstructing the Image of the Farm Woman: Scenes from Rural Life, 191-1929 Anne Beck 45
At Home in the '50s: Cultural Nostalgia and William Inge's Picnic Michael Wentworth 56
Rocket Man Takes Off: Stephen Dietz's Minneapolis Launching Jill Barnum Gidmark 72

XXX (Fall 2002)

Preface 3
Compass Rose Rane Arroyo 7
The Already Browned Skin of "American" Modernism: Rane Arroyo's Pale Ramón Maria DeGuzmán 15
Exiles, Migrants, Settlers, and Natives: Literary Representations of Chicano/as and Mexicans in the Midwest Theresa Delgadillo 27
Alternative Cartographies: The Impact of Third Woman on Chicana Feminist Literature, 1981-1986 Catherine Ramírez 47

XXXI (Spring 2003)

Preface 5
Reading Miss Lulu Bett: The Reception History of a Midwestern Classic Marcia Noe and Nancy Neff 9
Male Fraud: Zona Gale Travesties Patriarchy in Miss Lulu Bett Riann Bilderback 17
Nobody Sick, Nobody Poor: Zona Gale's Construction of a Feminist Utopia Catherine Kalish 25
Romance and Revenge: Zona Gale and Margery Latimer's Conflicts over Love Kenneth B. Grant 35
A Feminist Influence: Zona Gale and William Maxwell Barbara Burkhardt 42

XXXI (Fall 2003)

Preface 4
What Is Midwestern Modernism? Sara Kosiba 6
Hemingway's Midwest: The Interior Landscape James Seaton 14
Becoming White: Race and Ethnicity in The Great Gatsby John Rohrkemper 22
Merging the Novel and the Epic: Understanding Morality in Dreiser's Sister Carrie Catherine Kalish 32
Winesburg, Ohio: Beyond the Revolt from the Village Abigail Tilley 44
Narrative Art and Modernist Sensibility in the Civil War Fiction of F. Scott Fitzgerald Marcia Noe and Fendall Fulton 53

XXXII (Spring/Fall 2004)

Preface 4
Seasonal Reverberations: Kimberly Blaeser's Poetry of Place Molly McGlennen 7
Poems for the Turn of the Century: Judith Minty's Walking with The Bear Janet Ruth Heller 21
Fighting the Darkness: The Poetry of Nancy Genevieve Loren Logsdon 31
Diane Wakoski's Michigan Nancy Bunge 47
Land and Spirit: The Prose and Poetry of Linda Hasselstrom Mary DeJong Obuchowski 55
Boundlessness Limited by Skin: Americana and Artifice in Alice Fulton's "Unwanting" Daniel Nester 63
The Ecologies of Place in the Poetry of Kathleene West Mary K. Stillwell 79

XXXIII (Spring 2005)

Preface 4
The Art of Alchemy: Transformation in the Poetry of Hilda Raz Mary K. Stillwell 7
Friendship, Finance, and Art: Charles Scribner's Sons' Relationship with Ernest Hemingway and August Derleth Kenneth B. Grant 29
The Theme of Isolation in Recent Poems by Lisel Mueller Janet Ruth Heller 43
An Empty Vision: The American Dream on Main Street David McGuire 55
"Murdered Banquos of the Forest": Caroline Kirkland's Environmentalism Mary DeJong Obuchowski 73

XXXIII (Fall 2005)

Preface 4
You Can Go Home Again: Tennessee Williams's A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur David Radavich 7
"A Profession Other than Writing": Echoes of Huckleberry Finn in Steinbeck's Travels with Charley: In Search of America Christian Knoeller 22
An Illusion of Understanding: Listeners and Tellers in Sherwood Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio and Carson McCullers's The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter Michael Merva 36
Influencing Each Other Through the Mail: William Stafford's and Marvin Bell's Segues and Jim Harrison's and Ted Kooser's Braided Creek Nancy Bunge 48

XXXIV (Spring/Fall 2006)

Preface 4
The Controversial, Subversive "Broken Tongue" of Paul Laurence Dunbar Pam Bottoms 6
Paul Laurence Dunbar and Robert Burns: Vernacular Gateways Christopher Jones 27
The Legacy of Paul Laurence Dunbar: Dialect and Racial Configuration in the Works of Silas X. Floyd and Christina Moody Katherine Capshaw Smith 36
"The Province of the Poet": Biographical Themes in Paul Laurence Dunbar's Herrick Sheena Denney 53
A Man of His Times: The Fiction of Paul Laurence Dunbar Stephen C. Holder 61
Dunbar's Fiction: Transgressing the Limits of Realism to Breach the Horizons of Modernism Linda Bearss 69
Besides Nursery Rhymes, I Learned Paul Nancy D. Tolson 78
"The Great Big Pahty": My Grandmother and Paul Laurence Dunbar Sandra Seaton 85
An Unintended Journey Herbert Woodward Martin 93

XXXV (Spring/Fall 2007)

Preface 3
Civil Defense Amy Nolan 6
The Printer's Devil David Diamond 15
My Mother's Farm Shari Zeck 34
Fieldstones Suzanne Kosanke 41
South Dakota Sanctuary Martha Christensen Demerly 48
Returning to Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin Janet Ruth Heller 55
Doling Park and the Terrain of Childhood Stephen Michael Adams 60
Finding Buck Creek Dedria H. Barker 71
Contributors 77

XXXVI (Spring/Fall 2008)

Preface 4
Welcome to the Theodore Roethke Home Museum and Carl Roethke Development Center Annie Ransford 7
Manic Depression and Love: Theodore Roethke's Poetic Women Diana Hoover 10
The Birth and Growth of Adam in Theodore Roethke's Greenhouse Poems Norman Chaney 20
Theodore Roethke: Visions beyond the Greenhouse Linda Bearss 32
A State of Partial Completeness: The Afterlife of Theodore Roethke Mellissa J. Klamer 43
Blake and Roethke: Divine Simplicity Clint Burhans 55
Biographical Perspectives: Hemingway and Roethke Danced "My Papa's Waltz" Annie Ransford 65
"Sound and Silence": Theodore Roethke's North American Mysticism in "The Rose" Matthew Falk 80
Composing Place: The Dynamic Function of Region in Literature Kayleen Schumaker 85
"I'll Be an Indian": Rereading Roethke's "North American Sequence" Christian Knoeller 103
"An Inner Weight of Woe": Echoes of Sorrow and the Act of Weeping in Theodore Roethke's Prayers and Elegies Lisa M. Barksdale-Shaw 119
Five Poems for Theodore Roethke Rod Phillips 135
A Most Musical Poet: An Opera Composer Remembers Theodore Roethke's Class William Bolcom 140
A Small Reflection, A Slight Observation Herbert Woodward Martin 142
NPR's All Things Considered Looks at the Theodore Rothke Centennial Megan Cottrell 144

XXXVII (Spring 2009)

Preface 4
A Pilgrim's Progress: Mary Swander's New Mexico Mary DeJong Obuchowski 7
Africa and Gwendolyn Brooks's America Philip Greasley 17
"Thinking Small": Sherwood Anderson's South and Modern America Robert Dunne 33
Exploring Borderlands: The "Strange Geography" of Susan Glaspell's Provincetown Marcia Noe and Belinda Slocum 45
Long Ago and Far Away: Mark Twain's England John Rohrkemper 60

XXXVII (Fall 2009)

Preface 4
Irony, Comedy, and Ethical Ambiguity in Anatomy of a Murder Philip A. Greasley 6
Document: An Anatomy of Anatomy of a Murder Frederick M. Baker, Jr. 27
Equality before the Law in Presumed Innocent and To Kill a Mockingbird James Seaton 42
The Legal Thriller's Socially Redeeming Value: Scott Turow's Reversible Errors Nancy Bunge 52
State of Tennessee vs. John Thomas Scopes: Competing Narratives and Metanarratives Charles Palmer 59
Early Midwestern Writers on Financial Panic: Contemporary Implications Mae Kuykendall 70

XXXVIII (Spring/Fall 2010)

Preface 4
Imagining a New West, a Midwest, in Caroline Kirkland's A New Home, Who'll Follow? Jeffrey Hotz 8
One Bostonian's Romantic, Realistic, and Modern View of the Midwest: Margaret Fuller's Summer on the Lakes, in 1843 Marilyn Judith Atlas 24
Writing in History's Wake: Audubon's Portrayal of the Midwest in his Missouri River Journals Christian Knoeller 37
East Meets (Mid)West: Repressed Violence and Violent Repression in Stephen Crane's "The Blue Hotel" Anita Helmbold 54
The Midwest, the Artist, and the Critics: Edith Wharton's Hudson River Bracketed and The Gods Arrive Jayne E. Waterman 69
Depictions of the Midwest by Drude Krog Janson and Olë Rølvaag Rosalie Murphy Baum 85
"Flyover Country": Neil Gaiman's Extraordinary Perceptions of the Midwest Sara Kosiba 106

XXXIX (Spring 2011)

Preface 4
Nature Remains: Scott Russell Sanders's A Conservationist Manifesto Christian Knoeller 8
The CD and the Wilderness: Scott Russell Sanders's Wilderness Plots Elizabeth Dodd 22
Places the Push and Pull: Scott Russell Sanders in the Midwestern Educational Landscape Elizabeth C. Homan 34
Daughters Scott Russell Sanders 42
Books by Scott Russell Sanders 59

XXXIX (Fall 2011)

Preface 4
Grant Wood's Conflicted Regionalist Aesthetic Sara Kosiba 7
Irving K. Pond: The Making of a Chicago Architect Guy Szuberla 27
The Literary Architecture of Wright Morris Joseph J. Wydeven 51
Is Minnesota in the Midwest Yet? Images of an Iconoclastic Midwestern State C. Elizabeth Raymond 63
Words and Photographs: Imaginative Literature and the Making of The Calumet Region: An American Place: Photographs by Gary Cialdella Gary Cialdella 80

XL (Spring 2012)

Preface 4
Gene Stratton-Porter: Scholar of the Natural World in A Girl of the Limberlost Cheryl Birkelo 7
The "Talking Trees" of the Limberlost: Negotiating a Class-informed Ecofeminism Robert Mellin 30
"A Story of American Grit": A Daughter of the Land as Realist Manifesto Mary R. Ryder 37
Nature Writing and Popular Culture in Gene Stratton-Porter's The Keeper of the Bees Susan A. Schiller 45
Gene Stratton-Porter's Music of the Wild: Nature, Belief and Activism Mary DeJong Obuchowski 57
Gene Stratton-Porter: A Selected Primary Source Bibliography 64
Recent Midwestern Fiction and Memoirs 66
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