Womenfolks: Growing Up Down South

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Ticknor & Fields, 1983 - History - 210 pages
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A blend of personal memoir and meditation on family myth and tradition, this book is both an examination of mothers and daughters and a tribute to the gritty, independent women who were the South's true heroines.

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User Review  - Denise Gilbert - Goodreads

I enjoyed how she wove the larger history of immigrants to the South with the earliest threads of her own family history. I was humbled by the strength of the women of her family. It was a very good read. Read full review

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User Review  - Nicolette - Goodreads

Some things could have been said more succinctly. After a while, this book just seemed rambling to me. I finished it for the sake of finishing, not because I enjoyed it. Read full review

Contents

One Daughters of Time i
1
Two Good Country People
19
Three Drowned Women
45
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