Antebellum South: this name refer to the Deep South of the United States, tradition kept the original meaning , if not reactionary: the refusal of modernity. When I moved there in 1972, and throughout the following years, during which, I mostly traveled alone, this aspiration of the Old South to erase the present era fascinated me. I planted there with...
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