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In the Deep South old Mama Day, descended from a legendary slave, has intimations of the past and sometimes, as when her newly-married grand-niece ...Show synopsisIn the Deep South old Mama Day, descended from a legendary slave, has intimations of the past and sometimes, as when her newly-married grand-niece Cocoa comes home to visit, disturbing presentiments of the future. The author also wrote "The Women of Brewster Place" and "Linden Hills".Hide synopsis
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