Cowley, Malcolm
February 1983
American Heritage;Feb/Mar1983, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p28
In this article, the author reflects on his relationship with his mother. He cites the Christmas gifts he received from her, even when the family was going through a financial crisis. He highlights the times they had spent together at their farmhouse. He comments on his mother's obsession with poultry which led to erratic cooking habits where, either she completely abstained from cooking and the author had to survive on pans of cold cornbread, or she went through a baking frenzy.


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