Rob is a great host. Easily contactable and the house was well prepared and equipped for a great trip. Thanks again Rob! Robert's house was perfect for our large family group in town for a wedding.
Plenty of space, great garden, kitchen and BBQ facilities and the pool and tennis court were a bonus. This host has 1 review for other properties. View other reviews. Hosted by Robert.
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Southern Secrets from Edna Lewis
Although contemporaries of Amelia Earhart, they did not make headlines by flying off on daring adventures. Their stories were not even tragic in the classical sense—they did not die young. But the Lumpkin sisters do matter, because their lives tell a regional tale of southern female identity. Born in the New South during the late 19th century, they were raised in a highly literate family devoted to Lost Cause mythology, which celebrated the Confederacy as a noble defense of a way of life.
The real story here concerns the difficulty that these educated women had in breaking free from their troubled relationship to the South. Though Grace and Katharine fled to the North and became outspoken political critics and sexual radicals and even the more conservative Elizabeth craved the public stage as an orator and actor , none of them escaped the weight of the past. Family secrets haunted these women, no matter how far they ranged from their southern roots.
When the Lumpkins moved from Georgia to Columbia, South Carolina, in , he aimed to find the ideal neighborhood and send his children to the right schools. He trained them to exploit their education, social connections, and especially their imaginations so as to stand out wherever they went.
Two sons entered politics, another the Episcopal ministry. For their part, the daughters sought literary fame. Their individual reactions to their upbringing may have differed, but the common denominator was making a name for themselves as southerners. Are you a Phi Beta Kappa sustaining member? Register here. Print subscribers get access to our entire website Subscribe here.