A Sense of Place

Maggie, who is hosting Southern Reading Challenge, has just announced a little contest for those of us participating in the challenge. We are supposed to pick out a passage from one of our Southern reads, that depicts a “sense of place,” and then either take a photo or find a picture on the internet that goes well with the passage. I couldn’t resist! It’s been an incredibly busy week for me, and haven’t started on my next read yet, so I went back to To Kill a Mockingbird and found a passage I thought fit perfectly with this challenge, since Maggie has been sending pecans to the winners of her random weekly drawings!

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7 thoughts on “A Sense of Place

  1. Robin

    Thanks, Maggie! I liked the quote and went looking for pecan tree pictures, since there aren’t any around here to photograph. It’ll be fun to see what other people come up with, too!

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  2. Nymeth

    Great choice of passage/picture! I’m still not sure what to pick, but it will probably be something out of “To Kill a Mockingbird” too, as that was the book where I felt the sense of place more strongly.

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  3. Robin

    Hi Nymeth, There’s a lot to choose from in To Kill a Mockingbird. I keep going back to it for many different reasons.

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  4. Gentle Reader

    Great picture and love the quote, too. I’m planning to read To Kill a Mockingbird again, too, so it’s nice to get a preview!

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  5. Robin

    Booklogged and Gentle Reader,
    I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I look forward to your reviews when you finish!

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