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Review of ‘Blood, Bone, and Marrow’

When Harry Crews died in 2012, the Southern Gothic tradition that started gathering steam when the “Dixie Limited,” William Faulkner, rolled down the tracks—picking up Flannery O'Connor, Carson McCullers, Larry Brown, James Dickey and Barry Hannah along the way—died with him.

Fortunately for readers, when he was a young reporter for the Gainesville Sun, Ted…

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