A Cry Of Absence By

Madison Jones 


In a 1987 article, Southern Magazine  called Madison Jones's A Cry Of Absence "the last pure tragedy written by a Southerner." Set in 1957 in a small Tennessee town just awakening to shifting racial and social attitudes, the novel concerns the inevitability of change and the consequences for those who resist it. 

A Cry Of Absence


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