First Edition. This issue has articles on Ron Rash, Alexander Key, others, much poetry. A very good copy, tight, clean and unmarked. Seller Inventory More information about this seller Contact this seller 2. Harriette Simpson Arnow, Sandra L. Ballard Editor , Haeja K. Chung Editor.
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Published by The University Press of Kentucky More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Seller Inventory SKU More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Published by University Press of Kentucky About this Item: University Press of Kentucky, Dust jacket lightly soiled, a bit ill-fitting, and sun faded at the spine.
Several pages have tiny dogears at the bottom corner. Text free from marks, highlighting.
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Book | MSU Press | The Collected Short Stories of Harriette Simpson Arnow
Published by Jossey-Bass About this Item: Jossey-Bass, More information about this seller Contact this seller 7. Told through the eyes of Gertie Nevels, a woman torn from the woods and farmland to move with her children to join her husband living in World War II factory workers' housing in Detroit, it can be seen as a work of feminist fiction. Arnow herself disputed this characterization however, preferring to see it as an individual woman's struggle to survive in a harsh and changing world  Of her writing she said, "I am afflicted with too many words Like the characters in my books, I talk too much and tell things I shouldn't tell.
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- Appalachian Heritage?
- The Colony Book 1: Rebellion.
- 20th-century American educators;
Later works included the historical studies Seedtime on the Cumberland and Flowering of the Cumberland. She died in , aged 77, at her farm in Washtenaw County, Michigan. Interview G Southern Oral History Program Collection ". Documenting the American South. University of North Carolina. Retrieved June 21, The New York Times.
March 25, Retrieved May 24, Michigan Women's Hall of Fame. Harriette Simpson Arnow N.
Arnow, Harriette Louisa Simpson 1908-1986
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