Whistling Dixie: Dispatches from the South
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Whistling Dixie: Dispatches from the South

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If you think that nowadays the South is pretty much just a hot Midwest, meet John Shelton Reed: "Americans need to be reminded that there are good-sized regional differences in this country. So I'm volunteering to help with this reminding." Readers on both sides of the Late Unpleasantness will savor this witty and sometimes outrageous collection of essays presenting one Su...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published September 15th 1992 by Harvest Books (first published 1990)
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