The national bestseller, now in paperback, continues Rick Bragg's personal history of the Deep South in this masterly family chronicle so vivid one ...Show synopsisThe national bestseller, now in paperback, continues Rick Bragg's personal history of the Deep South in this masterly family chronicle so vivid one can smell the cornbread and whiskey. "As toothsome as a catfish supper. Bragg is every bit the equal of . . . Harper Lee and Truman Capote."--"People." A "New York Times" Notable Book. 1 photo.Hide synopsis
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Description:New. 8vo. New York: Random House, 2002. First edition in...New. 8vo. New York: Random House, 2002. First edition in paperback. Trade paperback, 259 pp. A masterfully-told memoir of the Deep South. New.
I am researching relatives that lived in the same area as described in this book. Rick Bragg does an excellent job telling the history of his family. My Mom is 88 and said that his book on his Mom "All Over but the Shouting" was better than "Gone with the Wind".
this book helps you understand the deep south and the social and economic pressures that make the southern appalachian region so different from the rest of the country. all wrapped up with a very interesting story about a poor southern family. a great read
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