By Andrew Lytle
"The final Agrarian" portrays the background and personality of the folk of the mid-South via a heritage of his relations, giving, within the phrases of critic J. A. Bryant, Jr., a “rendering of a bygone global that brings the discomfort of good looks remembered.” Southern Classics Series.
One of the unique Southern Agrarians, Andrew Lytle has written 4 novels, the biography Bedford Forrest and his Critter corporation, brief fiction, literary feedback, and various essays. A former editor of The Sewanee overview, he maintains to reside in Tennessee.
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