Suzanne W. Jones is a professor of American Literature and Women’s Studies at the University of Richmond. The author of a number of essays about southern literature, she is also the editor of another collection of stories, Crossing the Color Line: Readings in Black and White, and two collections of essays, South to a New Place (with Sharon Monteith) and Writing the Woman Artist.
Growing Up in the Southby Suzanne W. Jones
An amazing collection of 25 stories and memoirs, including such well-known authors as Carson McCullers, William Faulkner, Alice Walker, and Maya Angelou, and others, that explore different perspectives on living in the South.
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