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