Close Connections by Ann Waldron
Caroline Gordon and the Southern Renaissance

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ESPECIALLY in the first busy, buzzing two-thirds of the book, its ''close connections,'' not only to Tate but to the shifting army of literary houseguests, obscure Caroline Gordon herself. One glimpses her through the frenetic crowd...
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Published September 30, 1987 by G. P. Putnam 's Sons. 416 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by DORIS BETTS on May 02 2018

ESPECIALLY in the first busy, buzzing two-thirds of the book, its ''close connections,'' not only to Tate but to the shifting army of literary houseguests, obscure Caroline Gordon herself. One glimpses her through the frenetic crowd...

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