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Lizzie

Autor: Shawhan, Dorothy

Editorial: Longstreet Press

Formato:Tapa Dura
Precio de Lista:$20.00
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Lizzie : Brightest child anyone ever knew . . . her governor daddy gave her the political drive of a son he wished he's had. A Mississippi belle who ran away to New York in the teens, she came back home with a suitcase full of politics. Mid-age she sashayed into town in a dated dress and bright red lips - neighbors' heads wagging. They say she ended up out at Whitfield, gone quite mad. . . . Based on the life of a governor's daughter born in 1902, Lizzie is the story of a brilliant yet tragic woman who struggles to find her place - in a Southern world of conflicting values, under the rule of a father who psychologically destroys everyone around him. Readers will be spellbound by the interwoven storylines, a journey through women's suffrage, Jim Crow, and the Depression, overlaid with an antique dealer's tussle over the Dunbar family papers.


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ISBN 13:9781563522277
ISBN 10:1563522276
Formato:Tapa Dura
Idioma:Inglés
Páginas:344
Tamaño:9.50" l x 6.50" w x 1.25" h
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