Tobacco Road by Erskine Caldwell It is hard to imagine a more southern tale than one which features sharecroppers toiling in Georgia during the depression.
Hunger, sexual longings, and fear drive the protagonists to the bottom of the social hierarchy.
Most people consider Texas to be part of the west, but Texas is so big that the eastern part of the state has strong southern influences.
I’ve read several of the listed books; many by Anne Rice, and Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil, of course.
Maybe they felt since they mentioned Harper Lee in the introduction they could leave it out, but I have to include it on my list.
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