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Yankee, Go Home exposes the gritty side of the South. Get lost in Arkansas and chased through Alabama by a madman. Find out who really won the Civil War and why. Come face to face with the Ku Klux Klan through the eyes of two tough, Yankee bikers. Meet up with a cop under the watchful eye of The Big Chicken.
Discover the South through the eyes of a Yankee in this memoir of a Yankee in the South.
Get the answers to your most burning questions: Does it snow in the South? Are the bugs really bigger in the South? What's the proper way to say hello? What Southern delicacy is considered unmentionable? What happens when a Yankee faces off with her Southern counterparts in the 1970s and 80s?
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By Elizabeth L. on 02-26-14
As a Yankee living in the South, I was very interested to see how my experiences compared to the ones in this book. I too, moved to a new city with no family or friends there. Just had to wing it, so to speak. I completely understood getting used to the customs, food and slower way of life compared to when I lived up North.
Ms. Delarose wrote a good story with likable characters. Ms. Howlett gave each character their own voice and kept me interested in the book. I thought the book ended a little suddenly and I would have like to have known what happened with Dottie after the final scenes.
All in all, I would recommend this book to others.
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By Linda on 09-22-15
Not just for Yankees
What did you love best about Yankee, Go Home?
It's a great fish-out-of-water story about a young Yankee woman's experiences living in the South. As a Yankee myself, I found it easy to identify with the writer, and her descriptions of the people she meets and unexpected things that happen in her life there. She manages to keep her sense of humor no matter what. She clearly learns to love her new home, quirks and all. I thought it was a very positive look at culture differences.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Yankee, Go Home?
The chapter in which the writer deals with bugs is memorable. She dealt with the problem with a lot of thought and fortitude.
Any additional comments?
The narration is wonderful, very pleasant to listen to. The narrator's voice enhances the book, and doesn't get in the way of the story.
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