Ten Years from Today
- Killers of the Dream. Mirabella, Bella // American Notes & Queries Supplement. Volume II: First Person Fem;1980, p352
The article reviews the book "Killers of the Dream," by Lillian Smith.
- Lilian Smith, 1897-1997. Brantley, Will // Southern Quarterly;Summer1997, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p7
Profiles Lillian Smith, a writer and civil rights activist who died in 1966. Celebration of the centennial of her birth; Overview of her books.
- Lillian Smith as Author and Activist: The Critical Reception of Strange Fruit. Harrison, Beth // Southern Quarterly;Summer1997, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p17
Explores the tension between Lillian Smith as activist and artist through examining factors that influenced the critical reception of her novel 'Strange Fruit.' Overview of the novel; Impact of Smith's concern about her reputation as artist, on the novel; Reason that Smith felt misunderstood...
- William Faulkner and Lillian Smith: Two Distinct Journeys. Cherry, Wynn // Southern Quarterly;Summer1997, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p23
Features writers William Faulkner and Lillian Smith. Similarities between the two writers; Background of Faulkner in writing; Underlying message in the works of Smith; Information on Smith's autobiography 'Killers of the Dream.'
- Flannery O'Connor and Lillian Smith: A Missed Opportunity? Wray, Virginia // Flannery O'Connor Review;2007, Vol. 5, p35
The article presents similarities between authors Flannery O'Connor and Lillian Smith. Both women are Georgians and they came from well-to-do southern families. Moreover, they wrote fiction and non-fiction and were frequently misunderstood by their contemporary audiences. Furthermore, both Smith...
- At Home on the Mountain: Appalachia in Lillian Smith's Life and Work. Poister, Robert C. // Appalachian Journal;Spring/Summer2010, Vol. 37 Issue 3/4, p268
Presents a biography of the 20th-century Appalachian author Lillian Smith. Details are particularly given highlighting the life of Smith in Appalachian society and noting ways in which she depicted that Southern rural life of Tennessee in her fiction. Details of Smith's life are given including...
- Untitled. Smith, Lilian // Hurricane Alice;Fall1986, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p9
Presents an untitled poem by Lillian Smith. First line: Rain...a limb of tree...buds swelling; Last line: and she found the strength to accept her future.
- Lillian Helena Smith 1887-1983. // School Library Journal;Feb83, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p13
Reports on the death of Lillian Helena Smith, pioneer in library services to children, on January 5, 1983 at age 95. Education; Career history; Contributions to library science.
- Author: Area race divisions must improve. Harrison, Sheena // Crain's Detroit Business;6/4/2007, Vol. 23 Issue 23, p18
The article focuses on the speech delivered by Kevin Boyle, a native of Detroit and author of the book "Arc of Justice," at the 2007 Mackinac Policy Conference held in Michigan. According to Boyle, Detroit's early segregation history resulted to the riots of 1967, which he stated still plays...