Marina Cox’s fascination with the South of the United States goes back to her first trip to the region, back in 1991. It was a journey of initiation across Louisiana and Mississippi, with their cotton fields, Spanish moss, the blues, Cajun fais do-do, plantation houses, and ramshackle cabins.
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