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Robert E. Lee
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American general who led the South in the American Civil War (1807-1870)
  • We take William's Oldsmobile to the Robert E. Lee Hotel.
    Chapter 9 (53% in)
  • We'd driven to the Robert E. Lee for dinner last night.
    Chapter 13 (25% in)
  • Right in the middle of the Robert E. Lee Hotel Restaurant, he kissed me so slowly with an open mouth and every single thing in my body—my skin, my collarbone, the hollow backs of my knees, everything inside of me filled up with light.
    Chapter 13 (33% in)
  • "Skeeter," Liza Presley says before I make it past the coffee urns, "did I hear you were at the Robert E. Lee a few weeks ago?"
    Chapter 13 (57% in)
  • Twice at the Robert E. Lee if you include the disaster date, and three more times sitting on my front porch for drinks before he drove home to Vicksburg.
    Chapter 13 (58% in)
  • And I was hoping you'd take me to the Robert E. Lee for lunch," Miss Fredericks say.
    Chapter 15 (7% in)
  • Before I got fired for accusing Mr. White Manager of wearing a hair piece, I used to clean the ballrooms at the Robert E. Lee Hotel.
    Chapter 17 (61% in)
  • On the third floor, Mother gaggles over a canopy bed where Robert E. Lee slept.
    Chapter 20 (35% in)
  • "—the Robert E. Lee Hotel," Miss Celia finish.
    Chapter 23 (78% in)
  • At seven o'clock on a cool November night, guests will arrive at the Robert E. Lee Hotel bar for the cocktail hour.
    Chapter 25 (1% in)
  • " I get in Stuart's car and he takes me to the Robert E. Lee for dinner.
    Chapter 28 (51% in)

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