The Idea of the South: Bibliography

        I. American Studies:


           "The American Studies Movement: A Thirty-Year    

Retrospective." American Quarterly, 1979.

Salzman, Jack, American Studies: An Annotated Bibliography,



          American Quarterly

          The Journal of American Studies

          Midcontinent American Studies Journal


Kwiat, J.J. and Mary C. Turpie, eds., American Culture: Dominant

     Ideas and Images

Meredith, Robert, ed., American Studies: Essays on Theory and


Nye, David E., and Christen Kold Thomsen, American Studies in


       Classic Studies:

Bewley, Marius, The Eccentric Design

Boorstin, Daniel, The Americans

Hoffman, Daniel, Form and Fable in American Fiction

Jones, Howard Mumford, O Strange New World

Kouwenhoven, John A., Made in America.

Lawrence, D.H., Studies in Classic American Literature

Lewis, R.W.B., American Adam

Marx, Leo, The Machine in the Garden:Techonology and the Pastoral

     Ideal in America

Matthiesson, F. O., American Renaissance 

McKinsey, Beth, Niagara Falls

Miller, Perry, The New England Mind

     ,Nature's Nation

Orvell, Miles, The Real Thing

Pearce, Roy Harvey, The Savages of America

Reynolds, David S., Beneath the American Renaissance

Rourke, Constance, American Humor

Smith, H.N., The Virgin Land

Trachtenberg, Allen, Brooklyn Bridge

                   , The Incorporation of America

Williams, William Carlos, In the American Grain

    II. The South: 


Rubin, Louis D., A Bibliographical Guide to the Literature of the



Basler, Roy F., A Short History of the American Civil War.

Billington, M.L., The American South: A Brief History.

                , The Political South in the Twentieth Century.

Cash, W.J., The Mind of the South.

DuBois, W.E.B., Black Reconstruction.

Elkins, Stanley M., Slavery.

Genovese, Roll, Jordan, Roll: The World the Slaves Made:

     The World the Slaveholders Made.

Grantham, Dewey W., The Regional Imagination: The South and

     Recent American History.

Osterweis, R.G., Romanticism and Nationalism in the Old South.

Peterson, Merrill D., The Jeffersonian Image in the American


Pressly, Thomas, Americans Interpret their Civil War.

Simkins, F.B., A History of the South.

Stammp, Kenneth M., The Peculiar Institution.

Tindall, George B., The Emergance of the New South, 1913-1945.

Woodward, C. Vann, The Burden of Southern History.

                 , The Origins of the New South, 1876-1912.

                 , The Strange Career of Jim Crow.

Wyatt-Brown, William, Honor and Violence in the Old South.

Wilson, Charles Reagan and William Ferris, eds., Encyclopedia of

Southern Culture.

      Literature and Culture

Davis, Richard B., Intellectual Life in the Colonial South,


Gray, Richard, Writing the South: Ideas of an American Region

Hubbell, Jay B., The South in American Literature, 1607-1900.

Holman, C. Hugh, The Immoderate Past: The Southern Writer and

     Southern History.

Lively, Robert A., Fiction Fights the Civil War.

Rubin, Louis D., jr., et al, The History of Southern Literature.

Rubin and Jacobs., eds,. South: Modern Southern Literature in its

     Cultural Setting.

Simpson, Lewis P., The Dispossessed Garden: Pastoral and History

     in Southern Literature.

                 , The Man of Letters in New England and the


Singal, D.J., The War Within: From Victorian to Modernist Thought

     in the South, 1919-1945.

Taylor, William R., Cavalier and Yankee: The Old South and the

     National Character.

Wilson, Edmund, Patriotic Gore: Studies in the Literature of the

     Civil War.