Summer Sun and a beach with your name on it.
It seems like, the summertime heat slows time down. The air hangs heavy and close everyone has sticky skin and lethargy runs rampant that’s how I define the Southern identity.
In Southern literature, the heat comes to life. It compels, urges, exacerbates, condones. It’s inescapable. These ten Southern authors demonstrate that there’s always a new way to describe it.
“Summer in the Australia is not only a season, a climate, it’s a dimension. Floating in it, one must be either proud or submerged.”
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