The Kitchen House : A Novel (CompactDisc) - Grissom, Kathleen/ Cassidy, Orlagh (NRT)/ Turpin, Bahni (NRT)

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Gone with the Wind is turned upside down in this stunning debut novel of the antebellum South, a tragic story of page-turning suspense, exploring the meaning of family, where love and loyalty prevail.

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Publisher Blackstone Audio Inc
Mfg Part# 9781441761279
SKU 215328398
Format CD
ISBN10 1441761276
Release Date 4/21/2010
From the Publisher
Annotation A young Irish orphan becomes an indentured servant at a tobacco plantation in antebellum Virginia in Kathleen Grissom's compelling debut novel. Young Lavinia finds herself caught between two worlds as she works and lives alongside the kitchen slaves but is isolated by her white skin. After she marries, as a teenager, the plantation master's brutish son, the racial conflicts flare up into violence.
Editors Note Relates the story of seven-year-old Lavinia who is orphaned while on a ship from Ireland and ends up working as an indentured servant on a tobacco plantation.
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Book Format Audio Cassette - Unabridged
Number of Pages 7
Publisher Blackstone Audiobooks
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