Dixie

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Dixie

1. the southern states of the US; the states that joined the Confederacy during the Civil War
2. a song adopted as a marching tune by the Confederate states during the American Civil War

Dixie

popular name for Southern states in U.S. and for song. [Am. Hist.: EB, III: 587]
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But the early sections of "Kabnis" represent, if they do not fully analyze, the enormities of the racial oppression that Toomer witnessed at first hand in his brief sojourn in the land of cotton.