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Ida Mae
by Delores Thornton



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    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 211
    ISBN13: 9780965658409
    Imprint: Marguerite Press
    Publisher: Marguerite Press
    Parent Company: Marguerite Press

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    In this first novel, Ida Mae the protanist, deals with life on the other side of the color line. She is a young girl of color, orphaned at an early age, and adopted by white parents. Set in Cedartown, Georgia in the 1950’s, her situation proves to be challenging in a turbulent time of our history.

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