Hell's Belles: A Tribute to the Spitfires, Bad Seeds & Steel Magnolias of the New and Old South

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Conari Press, 1 oct. 1997 - 271 páginas
From Mama to Mammy, from Scarlett to Blanche, Hell's Belles (often exclaimed in mock piety and defining generations of Southern women) is a hilarious and loving tribute to the famous and infamous females of ol' Dixie. This diverse collection features more than 200 women - aristocratic to poverty stricken, well-bred to ill-mannered, from Virginia to Texas (the heart of the Confederacy) - who have one thing in common: a uniquely Southern take on life and a strength of character molded by their roots.
 

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Shining Stars and Silver Screen Belles 53
Sweet Southern Songbirds 115
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Searle Ballenger is a native Alabamian (the cradle of the Confederacy) and 100 percent southerner who has been temporarily stranded in a foreign land (California). Homesick and hungry for a goodhumored dose of southernfried fun (not to mention okra), the author cooked up this loving tribute to the women the backbone of the South who have raised hell, loved well and taken no guff while leaving their indelible, often magnoliascented or Criscoladen, but ultimately unforgettable, marks upon the world.

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