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Fourteen stories that follow a young boy coming of age in a dysfunctional family in the rural South
Meet William Stroop, a young son of the South whose charming voice and mordant observations of family and culture make him one of American literature’s most memorable narrators. In these fourteen interwoven stories, William details the high (and low) points of his family history, focusing particularly on his lazy, scheming father, Morris, his put-upon mother, Martha, and his confidante, Handsome Brown, a young black farmhand. As Morris matches wits with strangers and neighbors alike in constant pursuit of get-rich-quick plans, Martha tries to hold the family together without the aid of any discernable income.
Told with the polish and moral resonance of fables, Georgia Boy captures the beauty and tragedy of life in the rural South during the twentieth century.
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Erskine Caldwell including rare photos and never-before-seen documents courtesy of the Dartmouth College Library.
'“[You] would have to go back to Huck Finn to find a more companionable storyteller.” —The New York Times Book Review “No one more richly deserves a critical renaissance than this writer, whose laser eye and balanced wit always bring life to his work.” —Southern Living'
Publisher: Open Road Media