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A Southern Tragedy, In Crimson And Yellow
A Southern Tragedy, In Crimson And Yellow Lawrence Naumoff 0966431626 9780966431629 In 1991, a chicken plant burned in Hamlet, NC. The fire exits had been locked to keep the workers from stealing. A Southern Tragedy, in Crimson an
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A Southern Tragedy, In Crimson And Yellow by Lawrence Naumoff

In 1991, a chicken plant burned in Hamlet, NC. The fire exits had been locked to keep the workers from stealing. A Southern Tragedy, in Crimson and Yellow is about that event. Its social realism for the New South landscape. If this novel were just about a famous fire and its victims, it would be a notable achievement in documenting a population in crisis. But the novel is less about that one ghastly event than about economic downturns, diminished pride in a work ethic, and the mistrust shared by employer and employee. This novel is a meditation about determination to salvage dignity and a sense of purpose. Naumoffs distinctive style has echoes of Dreiser, Sherwood Anderson, and Dos Passos and gives the reader a spirited, sometimes darkly humorous, and always thoughtful, docufictional Southern novel.

Author: Lawrence Naumoff

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 244

Publisher: Zuckerman Cannon

Publication Date: 2005-03-01

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ISBN: 0966431626


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