BACKWATER by T.S. Stripling, First Edition, 1930, VERY RARE Southern Miss. Life
BACKWATER by T.S. Stripling is a novel of the Tennessee backwoods, concerning class struggle and acceptance against a background of the dangers of the Mississippi flooding.
"Old Bill Jack Murdock, the local bootlegger, his son Jim, college bred and aware that he is a social outcast, and Mary Sue, the delicate and aristocratic daughter of Mr. Meredith are the chief figures in this drama."
- Publisher: New York – Doubleday, Doran & Co. 1930
- Condition: The board and binding are in good condition. Small pastedown summary of the book on the inside board. Former library book with a stamp on title page, and another stamp on the first page of text. Some normal aging stains throughout. Page 131 has slight rip at top. Front and back boards show normal age stains and wear, please see pics.
A wonderful fictional account of Southern Life along the Mississippi.