"When I was little I would think of ways to kill my daddy. I would figure out this or that way and run it down through my head until it got easy. " So begins the tale of Ellen Foster, the brave and engaging heroine of Kaye Gibbson`s first novel, which won the Sue Kaufman Prize from the American Academy and Institute of arts and Letters. Wise, funny, affectionate and true, Ellen Foster is , as Walker Percy called it, "The real thing. Which is to say, a lovely, sometimes heartwrenching novel... is as much a part of the backwoods South as a Faulkner character - and good deal more endearing."
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