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Mr. Caldwell's humor, like Mark Twain's, has as its source an imagination that stirs the emotions of the reader.(New York Herald Tribune)
Caldwell displays a talent which is unique.(New York Times)
An original, mature approach to people who ignore the civilization that contains them as completely as it ignores them.(The Nation)
I always thought that "Tobacco Road" was such an intriguing name for a novel. Imagine my disappointment when I discovered that the title is the best thing about the book. Read morePublished 5 days ago by bearieq
Colorful tale where the characters are, well, ~characters~.....REAL characters. Characters which make you want to scratch your head and roll your eyes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ILuvGoldDogs
Reading this well known literary work was another on my list of things I should do. The content was painful to read, but I felt like an outside observer, perhaps because the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Susan F. Hatfield
Excellent story about the south when times were hard. The hardships yet putting off what needed to be done. Lack of ambition.Published 2 months ago by william j laser
I found this book to be strangely captivating. I have several friends who have read this book and they both enjoyed it. This was a hard book to put down. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John G. Pollard
The story drags at times, but it gives an unforgettable picture of the life of the poor in a rural area during the depression. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gail