Since the founding of The Virginia Quarterly Review, one topic has turned up again and again: the journal's native region. The culture, economy, past, and future of the American South have presented the Review with a constantly changing and yet stubbornly persistent set of anxieties and hopes. To survey the essays on the South that have appeared in these pages is to survey much of the region's history in the 20th century.
Copyright © 2000 University Press of Virginia. This article first appeared in The Virginia Quarterly Review 76:2 (Spring 2000), 189-202.
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Ayers, Edward L. "A Southern Chronicle: The Virginia Quarterly Review and the American South, 1925-2000." The Virginia Quarterly Review, 76:2 (Spring 2000), 189-202.