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When University of Michigan sophomore Celeste Tyree travels to Mississippi to volunteer her efforts in Freedom Summer, she's assigned to help register voters in the small town of Pineyville, a place best known for a notorious lynching that occurred only a few years earlier.
"A bold new novel that explores the fault lines of class and race in 1964 Mississippi."
"Breathtaking... Perhaps the best work of fiction ever done about the civil rights movement."
ISBN 13: 9781416524823 | ISBN 10: 1416524827
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