Volume 5 No. 3

Volume: 
5
Number: 
3
Issue: 
Spring
Year: 
1978
Price: 
$10 each

"Class, Political Consciousness, and Destructive Power: A Strategy for Change in Appalachia" by Jim Foster, Steve Robinson, and Steve Fisher. "German Folk Art in Harmony Cemetery" by Bob Swisher. "Inequality and the Appalachian Studies Industry" by John Gaventa. "The Rush to Find an Appalachian Literature by W.H. Ward. "Two Modes: a Plea for Tolerance" by Fred Chappell. "Colonial Mimesis and the Appalachian Renascence" by Bob Snyder. "Henry Shapiro and the Idea of Appalachia: A Review/Essay" by John Alexander Williams. Short fiction by Carroll Dale Short ("Emmett"). Reviews by Christopher Clausen (An Afternoon of Pocket Billiards by Henry Taylor and Relativity: A Point of View by Kelly Cherry), D.M. Tedards (Out in the Country, Back Home by Jeff Daniel Marion), and Max E. White (Cabbagetown Families/Cabbagetown Food ed. Pam Durban Porter). Brief Reviews by George Bennett (Our Appalachia eds. Laurel Shackelford and Bill Weinberg, Rough Weather Makes Good Timber: Carolinians Recall by Patsy Moore Ginns and art by J.L. Osborne, Everything in its Path: Destruction of Community in the Buffalo Creek Flood by Kai T. Erikson, Country Miles are Longer than City Miles by Craig Evans Royce, The Restless Journey of James Agee by Genevieve Moreau, Pattern of a Man and Other Stories by James Still, The Only Place We Live writings by August Derlath, Robert E. Gard, and Jesse Stuart and engravings by Frank Utpatel, The Seasons of Jesse Stuart: An Autobiography in Poetry 1907-1976 by Jesse Stuart, Appalachian Literature: Critical Essays ed. Ruel E. Foster. Music Reviews by W.H. Ward (Ray Lum: Mule Trade by Ray Lum, The New Seldom Scene Album by the Seldom Scene, Joe's Last Train by the Country Gentlemen, The Wind That Shakes the Barley by John McCutcheon, The Bluegrass Session by Vassar Clements, Dillard-Hartford-Dillard by John Hartford, Doug Dillard, and Rodney Dillard).

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