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Lynda N. (Ahmama) reviewed Homeplaces: Stories of the South by Women Writers on
In this collection of short stories, these eight writers have explored old and new ways of imagining what a "homeplace" might be. Their writing reflects the changing sense of place and family in the contemporary south. This book tells about the role of women as the south redefines its definition of race, gender, and class in the New South.