Bill Hardwig tracks the ways in which the nation’s leading interdisciplinary periodicals translated and broadcast the predominant narratives about the late-nineteenth-century South.
Recognizing Bill Hardwig for his recently published book Upon Provincialism: Southern Literature and National Periodical Culture, 1870-1900.
Editor: Bill Hardwig
Writing under the pseudonym Charles Egbert Craddock, Mary Noailles Murfree published her first collection of stories, In the Tennessee Mountains, in 1884. Hardwig argues in his critical introduction to this new edition that In the Tennessee Mountains has much to teach us about the aesthetic, political, and literary scenes of 18