Caroline Miller

Caroline Miller is an American author best known for her novel 'Lamb in His Bosom,' which won the Pulitzer Prize for Novel in 1934. This book, set in the 19th-century rural South, was notable for its portrayal of the lives of women pioneers in Georgia. Miller's work is recognized for its historical accuracy and rich detail, contributing to the Southern literary tradition.


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  1. 1. Lamb in His Bosom

    "Lamb in His Bosom" is a historical novel that follows the life of Cean and Lonzo, a young couple in the pioneer South during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The narrative explores their journey through love, hardship, and the daily struggles of pioneer life. The book provides an intimate look into the lives of the rural poor, their faith, their relationship with the land, their customs, and the rhythm of their language. The story is a testament to human resilience and the power of love and family in the face of hardship.