Return of the rebel belle

Giles, Jeff
March 1998
Newsweek;3/30/1998, Vol. 131 Issue 13, p66
Focuses on Dorothy Allison, author of `Bastard Out of Carolina.' Storyline of the novel; Brief description of her novel `Cavedweller'; Background on Allison.


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