don, and so on---^it seems clear that wencannot. Faulkner aside, something uniquenwas happening in the South during thenfirst half of this century, and a remarkablennumber of literary sensibilities respondednto the challenge with an equallynremarkable literature. Recent historynmakes it equally apparent that the Southernnsensibility has been altered, that thenmagic moment . . .
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