Minrose Gwin has written extensively on gender, race, and region, including The Woman in the Red Dress: Gender, Space, and Reading; The Feminine and Faulkner: Reading (Beyond) Sexual Difference; and Black and White Women of the Old South: The Peculiar Sisterhood in American Literature. She is coeditor of The Literature of the American South and editor of A Woman's Civil War, the diary of Cornelia McDonald. A professor of English at University of North Carolina, she currently lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
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