THE SOUTHERN QUARTERLY: A JOURNAL OF THE ARTS IN THE SOUTH - VOL.XXX, NO.4 (SUMMER 1992). SPECIAL ISSUE - CORMAC MCCARTHY. Edwin T. Arnold, Dianne C. Luce, John Sepich, Cormac McCarthy, contributor, subject.

THE SOUTHERN QUARTERLY: A JOURNAL OF THE ARTS IN THE SOUTH - VOL.XXX, NO.4 (SUMMER 1992). SPECIAL ISSUE - CORMAC MCCARTHY

Hattiesburg, MS: University of Southern Mississippi, 1992. First Edition. An important issue of The Southern Quarterly, wholly dedicated to the work of Cormac McCarthy. In addition to being a valuable reference source, the issue contains critical essays by Alan Cheuse and Leo Daughtery, et al., with the notable inclusion of "What kind of indians was them?": Some Historical Sources in Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian" by John Emil Sepich. This issue also contains the first attempted bibliography of printed materials available to those interested in McCarthy studies, 8pp, compiled by Diane C. Luce. A scarce and desirable issue. Item #1786

Octavo; illustrated wrappers; 220pp, [12] ads; illus. Light edgewear and creasing, particularly to upper edge of rear wrapper; Very Good.

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