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Telling Memories Among Southern Women by Susan Tucker
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Sep 07, 2011

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This book was recommended in a discussion about Kathryn Stockett's book, The Help, which I read some time ago. Stockett seems a little too young to have experienced life as written about in the book, and this was recommended as a better interpretation. It is a collection of interviews of women who employed domestic workers in the South and the domestics themselves. The study was done in 1984, so was a little closer to the time. An interesting read.

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