Stain the Water Clear: A Collection of Rural Pen and Yankee Doodlin' Columns, 1993-2002
iUniverse, 13.01.2003 - 218 Seiten
For years, readers of Luanne Austins Rural Pen column in the Daily News-Record have been asking for a compilation of her work. Here it is. Stain the Water Clear is a collection spanning 10 years. Her first Southern Yankee writings focused on the transplanted life of a young woman who had moved from her native New York to the South. Yankee Doodlin' continued on this theme, but expanded to family life, relationships and meditations on life. Finally, the Rural Pen pieces are those of a writer who has found her voice, addressing a range of topics, from politics to religion, to love and womens issues, to meditations on nature and spirituality .The name of the column and this book come from William Blakes Songs of Innocence: And I made a rural pen, And I staind the water clear
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