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An irreverent and eclectic catalogue of all things Southern contains 1,001 short, entertaining articles exploring every nook and cranny of Southern history, politics, personalities, life, literature, and trivia. Reprint.
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Gathers facts about the region's geography, culture, history, race relations, literature, cuisine, architecture, religion, and education.From the Inside Flap:
everent, idiosyncratic, and information-filled catalog of all things Southern--the people, places, history, traditions, foods, and foibles that fascinate Americans both north and south of the Mason-Dixon line.
The Confederate States. The Cotton Kingdom. The Sahara of the Bozart. The bible Belt. However it is defined, the South is the most intriguing--and misunderstood--region of the country. It's not surprising: Where else can such diverse cultural icons as Robert E. Lee, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Moon Pie be found in one place?
In 1001 short, eminently readable essays, authors John and Dale Reed illuminate every nook and cranny of this fertile land and culture, clarifying with an authoritative but humorous touch what everyone should know about. Interspersed with their incisive entries on history, politics, life, and literature, is a whole mess of fun facts such as what state has the best barbecue, where kudzu originally came from, why chivalry is so important to So
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Book Description Main Street Books, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0385474423
Book Description Main Street Books. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 0385474423 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0125165