The Greatest Canadian "Kentucky" Books of All Time

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  1. 1. Weeds by Edith Summers Kelley

    The novel explores the life of a strong-willed woman named Judith, who is trapped in a stifling marriage and struggles to maintain her individuality and spirit amidst the hardships of rural Kentucky life in the early 20th century. As she toils on a tobacco farm with her husband and children, Judith grapples with the societal expectations placed upon her and the limited opportunities available to women of her time. The narrative delves into themes of feminism, poverty, and the human connection to the land, painting a vivid portrait of the challenges faced by women seeking autonomy in a patriarchal society.

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