Southern ethic



Publisher: Nexus in [Atlanta, Ga

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Other titlesSouthern exposure.
Statementintrod. by A. D. Coleman ; [editors, Michael Blumensaadt, et al.].
ContributionsBlumensaadt, Michael.
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LC ClassificationsTR654 .S59
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Paginationviii, 81 p. :
Number of Pages81
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Open LibraryOL4146656M
LC Control Number80125803

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Bertram Wyatt-Brown’s "Southern Honor: Ethics and Behavior in the Old South" explores Southerners’ understandings of honor and how that affected their lives and society. The book speaks to cultural history and draws upon the work of anthropologists such as Julian Pitt-Rivers and sociological studies, particularly the theories of Emile by: Bertram Wyatt-Brown’s "Southern Honor: Ethics and Behavior in the Old South" explores Southerners’ understandings of honor and how that affected their lives and society.

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Southern life would like to see these qualities blunted by too rude a growth of sheer industrialism."' At the opposite pole from Page on the matter of industrialization for the South, John Crowe Ransom, arch-champion of agrarianism and "the old-time life," also fixed upon leisure as.

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