Heartless children on playgrounds call us "Dracula." Computer spell checkers want to change our name to "Drowsily." Well meaning strangers call us "Priscilla," "Drizella," or "Dru." Names have power. In some cultures, you dont even have a soul until you have a name. Drusillas search in vain through kiosks selling miniature license plates and commemorative mugs for one that says "Drusilla." Celebrating Drusilla is proud to introduce you to the fascinating world of Drusillas in fact and fancy. Were African-American and Caucasian, Native American and Polynesian, were even Japanese. Many of us are writers, most of us are adventurous, and we all have killer smiles! A lighthearted celebration of people, places and things (real and fictitious) through the ages named Drusilla, Celebrating Drusilla includes historic Drusillas, contemporary Drusillas, art created by Drusillas, and Drusillas as they appear in prose, in poetry, on stage as well as in both TV and movies. Drusillas live most of our lives feeling just slightly different from everyone else. Celebrating Drusilla is an engaging look at why.
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