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Grass Roots

Author : Frances Stegall
ISBN : 9780595395897
Genre : History
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Grass Roots-80 Years in Bailey County is a collection of family stories, photos and genealogy covering the first 91 years of the life of Frances Gaddy Stegall. Born on August 3, 1911, Stegall moved to Bailey County, Texas in 1922. Although she had a summer home in Ruidoso, New Mexico, she has never left Bailey County. This book was originally published at age 91. At age 94 she published her first romance novel, Meggie. Her second romance novel should be out shortly after her 95th birthday and she is currently working on a third. Ms. Stegall is sharp, witty and determined. She wants the book published in her words-not in the polished words of an editor. She uses words such as kinda, gotta, and wanna to clearly show that these are rural stories. Amusing stories of her childhood in east Texas include details of the hardships of life in the early 1900's and explanations of farming and ranching practices such as cattle dipping and cotton pulling are plentiful. Stegall is candid and forthright as she shares the joys and sorrows of her entire life. From having a child with Downs Syndrome, the excitement of eloping at 16 years of age, the heartbreak of watching her husband slip into Alzheimer's, and her commitment to her faith she tells it like it is-in her own words.

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Author : R R Bowker Publishing
ISBN : 0835245160
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John Ford

Author : Scott Eyman
ISBN : 3822830933
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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""When in doubt, make a Western."" -- John Ford Director of nearly 150 feature films and winner of six Oscars, John Ford (1895-1973) was the quintessential American filmmaker. Ford produced an unparalleled body of work that includes such classics as The Grapes of Wrath, How Green Was My Valley, Stagecoach, My Darling Clementine, The Quiet Man, and The Searchers. In response to critics and fans who praised his work as having a powerful, singular vision, Ford was known for making statements such as ""It's no use talking to me about art, I make pictures to pay the rent""; though such assertions betrayed his genuine love of filmmaking, which he called ""the only thing I really like to do."" Author Scott Eyman calls Ford ""America's Homer"" -- a fitting title for the filmmaker who helped frame the American experience for the world.

Working The Garden

Author : William Conlogue
ISBN : 0807875058
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In 1860 farmers accounted for 60 percent of the American workforce; in 1910, 30.5 percent; by 1994, there were too few to warrant a separate census category. The changes wrought by the decline of family farming and the rise of industrial agribusiness typically have been viewed through historical, economic, and political lenses. But as William Conlogue demonstrates, some of the most vital and incisive debates on the subject have occurred in a site that is perhaps less obvious--literature. Conlogue refutes the critical tendency to treat farm-centered texts as pastorals, arguing that such an approach overlooks the diverse ways these works explore human relationships to the land. His readings of works by Willa Cather, Ruth Comfort Mitchell, John Steinbeck, Luis Valdez, Ernest Gaines, Jane Smiley, Wendell Berry, and others reveal that, through agricultural narratives, authors have addressed such wide-ranging subjects as the impact of technology on people and land, changing gender roles, environmental destruction, and the exploitation of migrant workers. In short, Conlogue offers fresh perspectives on how writers confront issues whose site is the farm but whose impact reaches every corner of American society.

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Author : C. Edward Wall
ISBN : STANFORD:36105026457783
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Working Days

Author : John Steinbeck
ISBN : 9781440674525
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John Steinbeck wrote The Grapes of Wrath during an astonishing burst of activity between June and October of 1938. Throughout the time he was creating his greatest work, Steinbeck faithfully kept a journal revealing his arduous journey toward its completion. The journal, like the novel it chronicles, tells a tale of dramatic proportions—of dogged determination and inspiration, yet also of paranoia, self-doubt, and obstacles. It records in intimate detail the conception and genesis of The Grapes of Wrath and its huge though controversial success. It is a unique and penetrating portrait of an emblematic American writer creating an essential American masterpiece.

The Grapes Of Wrath

Author : John Steinbeck
ISBN : UOM:39015022095585
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Novel about the plight of American farmers who were forced off their farms by drought and foreclosure during the 1930's.

Boomsday

Author : Christopher Buckley
ISBN : 9781780336756
Genre : Fiction
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Outraged over the mounting Social Security debt, Cassandra Devine, a charismatic 29-year-old blogger and member of Generation Whatever, incites massive cultural warfare when she politely suggests that Baby Boomers be given government incentives to kill themselves by age 75. Her modest proposal catches fire with millions of citizens, chief among them "an ambitious senator seeking the presidency." With the help of Washington's greatest spin doctor, the blogger and the politician try to ride the issue of euthanasia for Boomers (called "transitioning") all the way to the White House,over the objections of the Religious Right, and of course, the Baby Boomers, who are deeply offended by demonstrations on the golf courses of their retirement resorts.

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