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Riassunto: Set during the Depression in the depleted farmlands surrounding Augusta, Georgia, Tobacco Road was first published in 1932. It is the story of the Lesters, a family of white sharecroppers so destitute that most of their creditors have given up on them. Debased by poverty to an elemental state of ignorance and selfishness, the Lesters are preoccupied by their hunger, sexual longings, and fear that they will someday descend to a lower rung on the social ladder than the black families who live near them.
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Descrizione libro Beehive Press, The. Condizione libro: Very Good. Hardcover w / dustjacket. . Near Fine condition; edges, corners, and covers of book show very minor wear. No underlining; no highlighting; no internal markings. No pricing stickers. No remainder mark. DJ is Very Good, no tears. No priceclip. No remainder mark. Stored in sealed plastic protection. In the event of a problem we guarantee full refund. 1974. Hardcover w / dustjacket. Codice libro della libreria 304742
Descrizione libro Beehive Press, The, 1974. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0883220237
Descrizione libro Beehive Press, The, 1974. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 883220237
Descrizione libro 8vo. Original cloth, in chipped dust wrapper. Charles Scribner's & Sons, New York (1932). First Edition. Presentation copy inscribed, 'To . . . with the best wishes of Erskine Caldwell.' Very Nice. Codice libro della libreria 000536