Pulitzer Novel/Fiction winner 34 of 85
Winner of the 1934 Pulitzer Prize (Novel Category, later renamed Fiction)
I wish I knew the character Cean Smith existed a long time ago. A strong, courageous woman that pushes through life even when faced with the loss of anything imaginable on a consistent basis could be an inspiration to anyone. Fuck my problems. Cean Smith had real problems living live deep in the woods of Georgia. Ben & Jerry’s Raspberry Fudge Chunk Frozen Greek Yogurt did not exist for her feelings back then. She fucking dealt with them or didn’t give them the time of day because she had to feed her children, bury her children and straight up kill a panther.
This book had an impact on me. Good Job Book!