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But Now I See: The White Southern Racial Conversion Narrative
Fred C. Hobson
No preview available - 1999
African Americans Alabama autobiography Braden Bragg C. P. Ellis Campbell Carolina child childhood Christian church cial Civil Rights Movement confession conscience conversion narrative culture Dabbs's Dabney decade Desegregated Desegregated Heart Dream Durr earlier early essay evil experience father fear feel felt Georgia Hereafter cited Huck James McBride James McBride Dabbs Katharine Lumpkin Killers King's Klan Ku Klux Klan later Lillian Smith Lumpkin Martin Luther King McGill McLaurin memoir mind Mississippi moral narrative of racial Negro never nigger North Toward Home Puritan race racial awakening racial conversion narrative racial guilt racial sins racism Ralph McGill realizes religion religious repentance Robert Penn Warren Sarah Patton Boyle seemed segregation sense slavery slaves social South southern racial speak spirit story Styron tell tion Virginia Virginia Durr W. J. Cash Warren Watters white racial white southerners Willie Morris woman writes wrote York