Appalachee Red a novel by Raymond Andrews

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Published by Dial Press in New York .

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Statementby Raymond Andrews ; with ill. by Benny Andrews.
LC ClassificationsPZ4.A5546 Ap, PS3551.N452 Ap
The Physical Object
Pagination283 p. :
Number of Pages283
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4729698M
ISBN 100803709161
LC Control Number78017761

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23cm. INSCRIBED by Raymond and Benny Andrews on front free endpaper (Raymond) and half-title (Benny). Near Fine / Near Fine. * Raymond Andrews seems to have cut his second novel from the same cloth as his first book, ''Appalachee Red,'' winner of the James Baldwin. While Thompson is in jail, Little Bit has a son by Morgan; the boy becomes known as Appalachee Red because of the color of his hair.

Sent north as a child, Appalachee returns 50 years later to take revenge on his father and his hometown by openly seducing Morgan ’ s daughter. In his first book Andrews creates the town of Appalachee.

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Red is clearly an enigma. Up to the end of the novel, he is a nomad. We don’t really know where he’s been until the discussion with Blue. no one else in Appalachee knows this. After Boots’ demise, it is apparent Red had a plan all along. He would return to Appalachee and reclaim what was his.

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New York: Dial Press, pp. $ In his first novel, Appalachee Red, winner of the James Baldwin Prize for fiction, was published by Dial Press, which also published the second and third installments in Andrews' Muskhogean County trilogy - Rosiebelle Lee Wildcat Tennessee () and Baby Sweet's ().

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The trilogy includes three novels: Appalachee Red (), Rosiebelle Lee Wildcat Tennessee (), and Baby Sweet’s (). After moving to a home near Athens inAndrews published a memoir, The Last Radio Baby (), which described his childhood years when his family lived on the same property with their black grandmother and white.Appalachee Red by Raymond Andrews: Best Friends (A Fraggle Rock Book) by Jocelyn Stevenson: The Blackouts by Robert Brockway: The Cave of the Lost Fraggle by Michael Teitelbaum: Criminal, Vol Coward by Ed Brubaker: The Death of Sweet Mister by Daniel Woodrell: Dhalgren by Samuel R.

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