Ploughshares

The Limits and Freedoms of Literary Regionalism: Defining Homeland in Sherman Alexie’s Stories of the Pacific Northwest
The Limits and Freedoms of Literary Regionalism: The Cycle of Isolation in Sherwood Anderson’s Modernist Midwest
The Limits and Freedoms of Literary Regionalism: The Rules of Reality in William Faulkner’s Fictional County
The Limits and Freedoms of Literary Regionalism: The Power of Repeated Setting and Statement in August Wilson’s “Pittsburgh Cycle”
The Limits and Freedoms of Literary Regionalism: The Poetics of William Carlos Williams’s “Paterson”
The Limits and Freedoms of Literary Regionalism: How Sandra Cisneros’s Chicano Literature Reimagines Chicago’s Borders
The Limits and Freedoms of Literary Regionalism: Edith Wharton’s Design of New York City from the Inside Out
The Limits and Freedoms of Literary Regionalism: Truman Capote’s Shifting Proximity to New Orleans
The Limits and Freedoms of Literary Regionalism: Silence and the Self in Joan Didion’s Southern California Memoir
The Limits and Freedoms of Literary Regionalism: Edward P. Jones and the Other Side of Capitol Hill