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Erskine Caldwell


(Erskine Preston Caldwell)
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Erskine Preston Caldwell was an American author. His writings about poverty, racism and social problems in his native South won him critical acclaim, but they also made him controversial among fellow Southerners of the time who felt he was holding the region up to ridicule.
 

 
Novels
   The Bastard (1929)
   Poor Fool (1930)
   Tobacco Road (1932)
   God's Little Acre (1933)
   Journeyman (1935)
   Sacriledge of Alan Kent (1936)
   This Very Earth (1940)
   Trouble in July (1940)
   All Night Long (1942)
   Georgia Boy (1943)
   Tragic Ground (1944)
   A House in the Uplands (1946)
   The Sure Hand of God (1947)
   A Place Called Estherville (1949)
   Episode in Palmetto (1950)
   A Lamp for Nightfall (1952)
   Love and Money (1954)
   Gretta (1955)
   Claudelle (1958)
   Molly Cottontail (1958)
   Jenny By Nature (1961)
   Close to Home (1962)
   The Last Night of Summer (1963)
   Around about America (1964)
   The Deer At Our House (1966)
   Miss Mamma Aimee (1967)
   Summertime Island (1968)
   The Weather Shelter (1969)
   Earnshaw Neighbourhood (1971)
   Annette (1974)
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Erskine Caldwell recommends
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Stop This Man! (1955)
Peter Rabe
"I couldn't put this book down!"

Books containing stories by Erskine Caldwell
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Points of View (1966)
An Anthology of Short Stories
edited by
Kenneth R McElheny and James Moffett

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