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"This insightful volume provides a glimpse into a historical era and into the complications of artistry and friendship."
--CHOICE, vol. 48 no.7

Provides intimate insights into Rawlings' struggle with what she discovered to her horror and dismay. A glimpse to a world that many of us either have forgotten or perhaps never knew.
--Swampland

"Well-written and informative, this book is a great read for folklorists.
--Journal of Folklore Research

Carefully constructed and reads easily. Recommended for anyone interested in the life and work of either writer or the evolving consciousness of the American South.
--Librarything.com

“Presents intriguing material that will serve scholars of both Hurston and Rawlings well.”
--H-Net Reviews

“Convincingly argues that Hurston and Rawlings had more in common than readers might assume”
--Southern Literary Journal

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