Superfluous Southerners : cultural conservatism and the South 1920-1990 /
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University of Missouri Press,
Table of Contents:
- Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1. Superfluous Southerners and Gnostic Northerners: Southern Cultural Conservatism, Northern Pragmatism, and American Intellectual History; Chapter 2. Conservatism in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century America: From Sectionalism to the New Humanism; Chapter 3. From the New Humanism to Agrarianism; Chapter 4. The Divided Minds of Agrarianism; Chapter 5. The Conservative Legacy of Agrarianism: Cleanth Brooks and Richard Weaver; Chapter 6. Southern Conservatism and Its Discontents: M.E. Bradford and the Modern American Right.
- Conclusion. The Southern Man of Letters in the Postmodern WorldNotes; Bibliography; Index.