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A Place Of Sense: Essays in Search of the Midwest (Bur Oak Book)

by Michael Martone

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"A Place of Sense will stir up memories of those of us who live(d) in the Midwest and give the rest of the country a sense of what they've missed."?a?"Small Press"...should give any Midwesterner a sense, in both meanings of the term, of freedom of thought and feeling possible within the even metre of the streets and fields."?a?"Indianapolis StarCollected here are essays by Louise Erdrich, Michael Rosen, Gary Comstock, Mary Swander and Jane Staw, David Hamilton, Janet Kauffman, Douglas Bauer, and Michael Martone. Sixteen black-and-white photographs by David Plowden illustrate the sweeping territo… (more)

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