The Poetics of Appalachian space /
University of Tennessee Press,
Table of Contents:
- The poetics of the house in Appalachian fiction / Nancy Carol Joyner
- Fred Chappell's I am one of you forever : the oneiros of childhood transformed / Amy Tipton Gray
- The Appalachian homeplace as oneiric house / Don Johnson
- The mechanical metaphor : machine and tool images in The mountains have come closer / Ricky Cox
- Psychic space in Lee Smith's Black Mountain breakdown / Parks Lanier, Jr.
- The "Poetics of space" in Wilma Dykeman's The tall woman / Jim Gage
- Divine right Davenport : cultivating phenomenology / R. Keith O'Dell
- Divine right and the Red tent / Parks Lanier, Jr.
- The nest : images of lost intimacy / Ron Willoughby
- The many mansions of James Agee / Lois Elder Lanier
- "Adjustments an what it means" : the tragedy of space in The Dollmaker / Rodger Cunningham
- Place and space in Breece Pancake's "A room forever" / Grace Toney Edwards
- Inside-outside in Robert Morgan's poetry / Mary C. Williams
- The woman's place is in the house / James Byer
- Love, loss, and the poetics of space in Jesse Stuart's Daughter of the legend / Parks Lanier, Jr.
- Daydreaming primal space / Marilou Awiakta.