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Harry Crews’s ‘A Childhood’ Vividly Evokes a Depression-Era America

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The most indelible scene in American literary memoir, for this reader at any rate, occurs about two-thirds of the way into Harry Crews’s “A Childhood: The Biography of a Place” (1978).

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Author: SBolithoe

Librarian, author, blogger, presenter, history buff and animal lover.

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