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  1. The Quack’s Daughter

    ... over inequality and women’s rights and widespread panic about domestic terrorists, The Quack’s Daughter is illustrated with over ... crisis that would force her to re-examine her doubts about her mother’s medical integrity. ...

    athmas - September 2016

  2. May Days

    ... mystery, harshness and grandeur, he leads us to think about it more calmly and responsibly.”— Nashville Tennessean ... need to remember the roots of our past. Whether writing about Miss Kitty and Miss Jo Sewall, E. W. Childers and the fish he caught in ...

    kraken - September 2016

  3. Fauna and Flora, Earth and Sky

    ... an acute observer. She's read everything there is to read about the physics of rainbows, the habits of the porcupine, the winter survival ... author of A Boy's Own Story “Dittmar writes about life with the precision of a scientist and the introspective lyricism of ...

    kraken - September 2016

  4. Slavery in American Children’s Literature, 1790–2010

    ...  is the most comprehensive treatment ever written about slavery in literature for children. . . . As literary history, it is ... audience, of promoting a specific racialized future. Stories about slavery for children have served as primers for racial socialization. ...

    athmas - September 2016

  5. Tales of an Old Horsetrader

    ... his memoirs. The years in between are well worth reading about. Lee Daniels followed a plow all day long, worked coal to make ends meet, ... you weren't lucky enough to live like Lee Daniels, reading about his life is the next best thing. ...

    kraken - September 2016

  6. Jazz Country

    ... love or ‘appropriation’ of jazz and blues and his ideas about many other important issues, including his own ideal standards in the ... Ellison's jazz background, including his essays and comments about jazz musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and Charlie ...

    kraken - September 2016

  7. The Fighting Horse of the Stanislaus

    ... bibliography. The scholars can hardly ask for more. But what about the general reader? With us, De Quille and his writing must stand alone. ... his life. The traveling stones of Pahranagat, when scattered about the ground, immediately huddle together like eggs in a nest. Highly ...

    kraken - September 2016

  8. Invisible Darkness

    ... Larson demonstrates the opposing views that both writers had about their work vis-à-vis the incipient black arts movement; he traces each ... life, illustrating that virtually every published fact about her life is incorrect. With an innovative chronology that breaks the ...

    kraken - September 2016

  9. Down to the River

    ... family farm. This is the Iowa that gets lived in and sung about. You might catch a glimpse of it at deep twilight, on some nameless ... and songwriters, Sandy’s honest photographs reveal as much about the artists as any historical/biographical book could.”—Dave Alvin ...

    kraken - September 2016

  10. In a Fine Frenzy

    ... hilarity, so characteristic of the bard himself. Comic poems about tragedies follow decidedly somber poems about comedies. Single poems contain multiple emotional twists and turns. Some ...

    kraken - September 2016