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She called the new ruling "every child's Magna Carta ". Smith battled breast cancer from the early 1950s on and died on September 28, 1966, at the age of 68. Her book The Journey (1954) details some of this battle. She is buried near the.
OCLC Our Faces, Our Words, New York: W.W. Norton (1964 OCLC an ode to the non-violent resistance of the civil rights movement Collections edit The Winner Names the Age: A Collection of Writings, New York: Norton (1978) ISBN, OCLC How Am I to be Heard.
Lillian Eugenia Smith (December 12, 1897 September 28, 1966) was a writer and social critic of the Southern United States, known most prominently for her best-selling novel. Strange Fruit (1944). A white woman who openly embraced controversial positions on matters of race and gender equality.
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"The sins of the fathers: Lillian Smith and Katharine Du Pre Lumpkin". The Southern Review. EBSCO. Retrieved May 17, 2017. Gladney, Margaret Rose, "Personalizing the Political, Politicizing the Personal: Reflections on Editing the Letters of Lillian Smith in Carryin' On in the Lesbian and Gay.
Methodist school for girls in Huzhou (now Wuxing, Zhejiang China. She was not a churchgoer and did not consider herself religious, however this time abroad gave way for a pivotal moment in Smith's awareness of the Southern double standard. She studied Chinese philosophy during her.
In 1937 it became the North Georgia Review, and in 1942, the title was changed to its final form, South Today. South Today ceased publication in 1945. In 1944, she published the bestselling novel Strange Fruit, which dealt with the then-forbidden and controversial theme of.
She could also be used as a reliable patron for gay and lesbian research based on her relationship with Snelling. 5 Selected works edit Strange Fruit (1944) ISBN, OCLC Killers of the Dream, (1949) ISBN, OCLC The Journey, New York: Norton 1954) OCLC Now Is.
Back in. Georgia, she assumed the role of heading the Laurel Falls Camp, a position she would hold for the next 23 years (192548). Laurel Falls Camp soon became very popular under her direction as an innovative educational institution known for its instruction in the.
Now a young adult financially on her own, she was free to pursue her love of music and teaching for the next five years. She spent a year studying at. Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia, (191516). She also had two stints at the Peabody Conservatory.