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The bluest eye by toni morrison and ellen foster by kaye gibbons concerning the human condition as depicted in story-telling narratives or. For more on southern culture - especially food, because in our opinion that's another great way to soak up a regional way of life - try also the southerner's cookbook: classic recipes to feed the soul, by the same authors, eat drink delta: a hungry traveler's journey through the soul of the south, or try a subject search of southern states -. Source: “between girls: kaye gibbons' ellen foster and friendship as a monologic formulation,” in journal of american studies, vol 33, no 1, april, 1999, pp 45-64.
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