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Excellent read. One person found this helpful. Format: Paperback. Caroline Gordon's first novel, Penhally, was published in It is a plantation novel where the setting, the mansion named Penhally, is as much a protagonist as the main characters.
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Nick Llewlynn, as the eldest son, as inherited the plantation, house, slaves and tobacco fields. The novel is broken into three parts: Part I's setting is during the pre-Civil War era, but revolves around the disagreement Nick and his half-brother, Ralph.
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Madison Jones. Madison Percy Jones was a novelist from Nashville, Tennessee. He published almost a dozen novels in his lifetime, and is considered "one of the major figures of contemporary southern letters. Books by Madison Jones.