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Explorations in Sights and Sounds
Bloody Ground, in 1941, was the book-length result of a reporter's coverage for the Lexington Herald-Leader. Day's work appeared well ahead of any national concern over Appalachia and was received with admiration by some, outrage by others. It was then eclipsed by the events of the Second World War.
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