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Small Caucasian Woman: Stories

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"As the town librarian and archivist of Blue Valley, the county seat of Moore County in eastern Kentucky, I am in a position to know how thoroughly historians have neglected this region," writes Blanche Callicoat Long. As one of the town's chief gossips, she's also in a position to know a lot more. In Single Caucasian Woman, Blanche and the other people of Blue Valley tell ...more
Hardcover, 158 pages
Published April 1st 1993 by University of Missouri Press
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Aimee Dearmon
Jan 05, 2014 Aimee Dearmon rated it it was amazing
Small Caucasian Woman is a wonderful collection of stories set in rural Appalachia. Each tale can easily stand on its own, but much like the people of Blue Valley, they are all related in some way. The unforgettable characters and diverse, emotive subject matter will stay with you long after you've turned the last page.

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