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  1. A Whitman Chronology

    ... really for the first time, exactly what it is that we know about Whitman's life and how we know it. There has been a real need for a book ... Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review “This research tool about Walt Whitman, the Long Island poet who is generally considered to be ...

    kraken - March 2018

  2. Salamanders in Your Pocket

    ... inform both amateur and professional naturalists about twenty-five species of salamanders found in the Upper Midwest states of ... head of the mole salamander. He also includes information about the salamanders’ range and habitat preferences, from twilight zones of ...

    athmas - April 2018

  3. Innovative Women Poets

    ... find new insights, new connections, new ways of thinking about their challenging and diverse poetics. Innovative Women Poets is ... If the Drum Is a Woman Lynch Fragment Rape About Flyin’ Home States of Motion Bumblebee, You Saw Big Mama   ...

    kraken - March 2018

  4. Birth

    ... night. Here, a curious reader can find a frank, funny essay about breastfeeding, a vividly accurate story about labor, or a tender poem about the terror of holding a newborn child. ...

    kraken - March 2018

  5. Teaching Tainted Lit

    ... climates, and both personal and institutional notions about what it means to study literature? The essays in this collection ... is no secret that teaching popular texts fuels controversies about the value of cultural studies, the alleged relaxation of aesthetic ...

    adncn - March 2018

  6. "This State of Wonders"

    ... life and struggles. While Mr. Williams wrote most often about money, farming, and moral advice (he was minister in the Church of New ... and Jane Eyre. James' sisters and brothers wrote about many concerns, from schoolwork and housework to games and family ...

    kraken - March 2018

  7. Up on the River

    ... New York Times Book Review  “Marvelous stories about river people and their craft . . . [that] will appeal to all lovers of ... people who move freight on the river.  Learning about the Upper Mississippi via the wry tutelage of John Madson, who discovered ...

    jamccoy - April 2018

  8. Sunday Afternoon on the Porch

    ... "Everett Kuntz captures well a time when small-town life is about to change, a time between two eras, when the residents enjoy the security ... citizens. Best known for his short-short stories about "the boys," Jim Heynen has published widely as a writer of poems, ...

    kraken - March 2018

  9. Lincoln in His Own Time

    ... reading, and work as a writer as well as the evolving debate about his religious views that became central to his memory. Along with a ... cultural context; explanatory endnotes provide information about people and places. A comprehensive introduction and a detailed chronology ...

    athmas - March 2018

  10. Field Guide to Wildflowers of Nebraska and the Great Plains

    ... will be appreciated by anyone wanting to learn more about the flora of the region.”—Jim Locklear, past director, Dyck Arboretum ... space. For many species, he includes intriguing notes about edibility, medicinal uses by Native Americans and early pioneers, similar ...

    athmas - April 2018