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Examine the role scenery plays in the book with respect to the portrayal of the South. What scene does the author appear to be setting in the first chapter of the book through the use of immense attention to detail in regards to the scenery of fictional Louisiana?

Examine the role scenery plays in the book with respect to the portrayal of the South. What scene does the author appear to be setting in the first chapter of the book through the use of immense attention to detail in regards to the scenery of fictional Louisiana?

Much of the dialogue used by the author provokes a distinct southern dialect that immerses the reader into the characters' surroundings. Part 1.) How does the author's use of the Southern dialect in characters like Idabel help inform the readers about the nature of the book's setting? Part 2.) In what way might the author's use of dialect be geared towards entertaining the reader? Part 3.) What can the reader learn about the author's writing technique based on his masterly use of dialect in the book?

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