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Medusa’s Head: Boss Rattlers, Rattlesnake Queens, and Goddamn True Love in Harry Crews’s a Feast of Snakes

Magazine 19. 195-200. McGregory, Jerrilyn. 1998. Harry Crews’s home place: An excursion into Wiregrass Country and the carnivalesque. The Southern Quarterly 37(1). 66-73. Romine, Scott. 1998. Harry Crews’s away games: Home and sport in A feast of snakes and Body. The Southern Quarterly 37(1). 74-87. Seelye, John. 1980. Georgia boys: The redclay satyrs of Erskine Caldwell and Harry Crews. Virginia Quarterly Review 56(4). 612-626. Spikes, Michael. 1993-1995. Victory over sin: Harry Crews’s critique of the

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Between Habits of the Heart and Copulation of Clichés: Some Popular American Stories, Mores and Shibboleths

, Donald E. 1987 Visionary compacts: American Renaissance writings in cultural context. Madison, WI: The University of Wisconsin Press. Percy, Walker 1971 Love in the ruins . New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Perkins, Emily 1994 “Can’t beat it”, Sport (New Zealand) 12: 79-89. Petesch, Donald A. 1989 A spy in the enemy’s country: The emergence of modern black literature . Iowa City: University of Iowa Press. Poirier, Richard 1966 A world elsewhere . London: Oxford University Press. [Review] 1850 John

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