3 edition of Homeplace found in the catalog.
Sue Bassett Folawn
by S.B. Folawn in [San Mateo, Calif.] (1955 Timberlane Way, San Mateo 94402)
Written in English
|Statement||[by Sue Bassett Folawn].|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B36 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210 p. :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||2003271555|
Winner of the National Book Award Finalist. In The Homeplace, the stories of a family become the history of a people as Marilyn Nelson Waniek sketches the lives descended from her great-great-grandmother Diverne.. The poet’s mother, Johnnie Mitchell Nelson, inspired this volume when she bequeathed to Waniek from her deathbed the tales that had shaped her life. Homeplace teases apart the tangle of class, race, and family origin that still defines the town and illuminates questions that now dominate our national conversation - about how we move into the future without pretending our past doesn't exist, about what we salvage, and what we leave behind.
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Mar 27, · Book review: The Homeplace by Marilyn Nelson Waniek (b) Prize-winning American poet. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, Thinking about writing this review of The Homeplace re-boots the cold explosion in my self.. Honestly, there was turmoil in this reading. Homeplace by Shelby, Anne and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at charlesrosier.com
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I also loved the start where Micah Winship "Mike" is shown as a lonely child who preferred the company of the servants than her own father/5(). Jul 17, · “You end Homeplace thinking that every American town could use a book like this one written about it; every town could afford to be this lovingly but critically seen.
Like many of the best country songs, the book is sentimental in a way that makes you wonder why sentiment is such a dirty word.” —New York Times Book Review "Those who pick up Homeplace will find a means to escape /5(30). Homeplace is my favorite ARS book so far.
Unlike some of the other books that had strange endings, this one was reasonable and hopeful, not ridiculous, over the top, or reaching.
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Making his literary debut, journalist Lingan creates a tender, elegiac portrait of Winchester, Virginia, the Shenandoah town where Patsy Cline made her debut and where honky-tonk—a rueful brand of country music—rang out in working-class dance halls, bars, and charlesrosier.com: John Lingan.
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While the plot is good, the story is brought down by bad dialogue and underdeveloped characters. But if country homicide is what you’re looking for, well, at the very least, Wolf offers a strong original story that flirts with being. Purchase below.
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Oct 13, · In the process she finally plumbs the depths of her own anger and falseness, finding resources of compassion and strength. About love and death, greed and passion, the pull of family and the push of self, Homeplace is a deeply moving story of a fierce and necessary forgiveness/5(82).
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