The Mind of the South

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Alfred A. Knopf, 1941 - Southern States - 429 pages
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The mind of the South; its origin and development in the old south, its curious career in the middle yearsand its survival, its modifications and its operationin our time.

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User Review  - Martha Johnson - Goodreads

Fascinating. Early part of the book better -- the 1800's. Obviously a work that is dated but it captures some terrific perspectives. The role of women in the south -- their image, the symbols they ... Read full review

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User Review  - Reed Peeples - Goodreads

I'm annoyed at myself for not reading The Mind of the South when I first heard of it eight years ago. I'm more annoyed at my professors for letting a me graduate from a college in the deep south ... Read full review

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n Of the Man at the Center
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BOOK THREE
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