1 edition of Still are new worlds found in the catalog.
Still are new worlds
Finney, Ross Lee
|Contributions||Nicolson, Marjorie Hope, 1894-1981|
|LC Classifications||M1553.3.F57 S82|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||68047586|
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Paulette Jiles was a poet before she became a novelist. And it certainly shows. Her new novel, the National Book Award nominee “News of the World,” has invited comparisons with both. What a beautiful world it will be What a glorious time to be free. When Donald Fagen of Steely Dan had a hit with “I.G.Y.” (referencing the International Geophysical Year) in , he wasn’t talking about the New York World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, but with its elegiac references to now-forgotten or never-attained .
Poet and novelist Paulette Jiles’ latest book is once again set in the post-Civil War era, a time that she memorably evoked in previous works like The Color of Lightning. News of the World is a beautifully written story based on a real-life former soldier, Capt. Jefferson Kidd, who traveled the north Texas landscape in the s reading the news—from politics to polar expeditions—to . Book s. April 6, Issu e released by evildoers or laboratory accidents, might prove a speedier scourge). Still, there are ample proposals for risk mitigation, and readers may find the.
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