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The Beans of Egypt, Maine (1986) by Carolyn Chute tells the story of a poor, uneducated family from the backwoods of Maine.

In Ursula Hegi's novel The Salt Dancers (1985) forty-one-year-old Julia, haunted by memories of her abusive father and the mother who abandoned her, returns home to see her father after twenty-three years.

Unmarried and pregnant, Julia believes she must come to terms with her past in order to nurture her own child.

One or Two Things I Know for Sure (1995) is Dorothy Allison's memoir of her family and childhood. The text draws on a spoken word performance and is embellished by photographs.

Southern writer Bobbie Ann Mason's memoir, Clear Springs (1999), recounts the author's childhood growing up in rural Kentucky and the effect that her past had on her career as a writer.

To Kill a Mockingbird (1960), Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, is the story of...

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