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Swinging in Place: Porch Life in Southern Culture
Jocelyn Hazelwood Donlon (Author of Swinging in Place)
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The front porch evokes cherished memories from across a lifetime for many southerners--recollections of childhood games, courtship, family visits, gossip with.
The porch, she reveals, is not a simple place after all, but a stage for many social dramas. She uses literature, folklore, oral histories, and photographs to show.
Description:Donlon's purpose, "to explore how southerners have orchestrated porch life to seize and display power" 26 , is achieved through her examination of folk life, socio-political theory, southern literature, and architecture. University of North Carolina Press, Since this collection juxtaposes shots of Donlon's own grandmother's porch in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and of the author's Spanish Town, Baton Rouge, home against representations of historic structures, including Jefferson's Monticello, the study maintains an engaging balance between the academic and the personal. The "gap" referred to here by the author resembles the "gap" in which the porch exists. Porch Life in Southern Culture is a unique study of southern porch culture, combining formal scholarly research and analysis with field interviews and personal history and anecdotes. You are not currently authenticated.