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Diary From The Dome by Paula Harris
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Diary From The Dome

by Paula Harris

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Diary from the Dome is a personal chronicle of two very different trips to New Orleans- 'America's Most Soulful City.' The first chronicle is the author's 1977 trip, recorded in his journals as 'a naïve twenty-one-year-old discovering himself.' The second trip finds the author caught in the vicious storm, Hurricane Katrina, and eventually becoming trapped as a tourist inside the New Orleans Superdome- with 20,000 other helpless people. This incisive and opinionated story presents Harris observations of human behavior at its best and at its worst and also serves as an eloquent tribute to 'the incredible citizens of New Orleans.'

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