Womenfolks: Growing Up Down South
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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Growing Up Gay in the South: Race, Gender, and Journeys of the Spirit
James Thomas Sears
No preview available - 1991