The Make Believers by Berry Fleming

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The Make Believers

'Winner of the New American Writing Award   “An epic of two families, the Izlars and the Woodruffs, whose lives move in parallel lines and sometimes intermingle, Fleming’s aristocrats are the descendants of Faulkner’s Sartoris and Compson families. Illicit love, Southern justice in the early 20th century, and finally the conflict between desire to become an artist and the assumption of family responsibilities are the themes that govern the work and weave themselves into the fabric of this splendid novel.” —The Kansas City Star'
'Winner of the New American Writing Award   “An epic of two families, the Izlars and the Woodruffs, whose lives move in parallel lines and sometimes intermingle, Fleming’s aristocrats are the descendants of Faulkner’s Sartoris and Compson families. Illicit love, Southern justice in the early 20th century, and finally the conflict between desire to become an artist and the assumption of family responsibilities are the themes that govern the work and weave themselves into the fabric of this splendid novel.” —The Kansas City Star'
Publisher: The Permanent Press ISBN: 9781504009867 Pages: 428