Essay on Cycle Of Poverty

Tobacco Road

Erskine Caldwell’s 1932 novel Tobacco Road is at once a brute force portrayal of the Depression-era poverty of the Deep South and an exaggeration of rural southern stereotypes. But the story serves as a potent reminder of the despair of the not-to-distant past, and how ordinary people were left to fend for themselves at the […]

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