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|The Southern Woman, Spencer's first collection in almost 15 years, restores to print the author's most masterful stories and novellas, including The Light in the Piazza, as well as 10 new stories.|
|Publisher||Random House USA Inc|
|Date of Publication||25/08/2009|
|Subject||Short Stories & Fiction Anthologies|
|Place of Publication||New York|
|Country of Publication||United States|
|Imprint||Modern Library Inc|
|Author Biography||Elizabeth Spencer, the acclaimed author of several novels and short-story collections, is a five-time recipient of the O. Henry Award for short fiction. She was brought up in Mississippi during the Depression, at a time when tales of the Civil War lingered and segregation seemed permanent. Spencer's wanderings took her to Italy in 1953, to Montreal in 1958, and back home to the South in 1986. She lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.|