The radiance of small things in Ron Rash's writing / Frédérique Spill.
"This is the e-mail autoreply that, until recently, one got within minutes when trying to get in touch with Professor Rash at Western Carolina University--a bouncing message that apparently experienced little change over time. Over the past fifteen years or so, Ron Rash has, indeed, mostly been...
Columbia, South Carolina :
The University of South Carolina Press,
- Introduction : portrait of an American writer
- Eureka Mill, or trailing family trajectories
- Finding one's voice in Among the Believers"
- Raising the dead : the threat of oblivion
- Amy's men, or wounded masculinity in One foot in Eden
- Antagonistic representations in Saints at the River
- Figures of violence in The world Made Straight : the efficacy of indirectness
- Lady Macbeth in the Smoky Mountains : Shakespearean traces in Serena
- Elemental poetry : Waking, or "the wind's harsh sibilance"
- "Nothing but shadow land" : landscapes and mindscapes in The Cove
- Something rich and strange : short story writing in the new South
- "The world's understory," or renewing wonder in Above the Waterfall.