Monday, May 9, 2016

TUESDAY, May 10th at 7:00pm: WHEN SISTERHOOD WAS IN FLOWER

Born in Washington, D.C. in 1936 to a bookish British father and a tomboy American mother, Florence King spent her childhood living with her parents, her maternal grandmother, and her grandmother's maid.

King showed talent in French, but unable to pursue it as a major at American University, she switched to a dual major of history and English. She attended the University of Mississippi for graduate school, but did not complete her M.A. but did not complete her M.A. degree after discovering she could make a living as a writer.

"When Sisterhood was in Flower" is a novella by King who also is known for "Confessions of a Failed Southern Lady."

Trolley Trollop, Live in voice.
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