About the book:
The Singletons’ fortunes seem unaffected by the Great Depression, and Perri — along with the other girls at Atlanta’s elite Washington Seminary — lives a life of tea dances and matinees. When tragedy strikes, she faces a different world than the one she’s always known.
Mary ‘Dobbs’ Dillard, the daughter of an itinerant preacher, is sent from inner-city Chicago to live with her aunt and attend Washington Seminary. Passionate and individualistic, she shocks the girls with her frank talk about poverty and her stories of revival on the road.
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