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Stirring the pot: the kitchen and domesticity in the fiction of Southern women

Stirring the pot: the kitchen and domesticity in the fiction of Southern women

Patterson, Laura Sloan, 1974-

This work looks closely at a wide variety of Southern domestic literature, focussing particularly on the role of the family kitchen as a driving force in the narratives of Ellen Glasgow, Eudora Welty, Lee Smith, and Toni Morrison

Book. English.
Published Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland ; London : Eurospan [distributor] 2008
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Statement of responsibility: Laura Sloan Patterson
ISBN: 0786435232, 9780786435234
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: ix, 230 p. ; 23 cm.
Subject: American fiction Southern States History and criticism.; American fiction Women authors History and criticism.; American fiction 20th century History and criticism.; Home in literature.; Domestic relations in literature.; Women in literature.; Southern States In literature.; Kitchens in literature.; Domestic fiction, American History and criticism.; Feminist fiction, American History and criticism.