3 edition of The Broken Country found in the catalog.
The Broken Country
by Strait Gate Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||65|
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The Broken Country: On Trauma, a Crime, and the Continuing Legacy of Vietnam (Association of Writers and Writing Programs Award for Creative Nonfiction Ser.) [Rekdal, Paisley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Broken Country uses a violent incident that took place in Salt Lake City, Utah, in as a springboard for examining the long-term /5(5).
The Broken Country uses a violent incident that took place in Salt Lake City, Utah, in as a springboard for examining the long-term cultural and psychological effects of the Vietnam War. To make sense of the shocking and baffling incident--in which a young homeless man born in Vietnam stabbed a number of white men purportedly in retribution for the war--Paisley Rekdal/5.
" Broken is a worthy sequel to Ira Shapiro's wonderful first book, The Last Great Senate, which captured the work of the upper chamber during the Carter presidency. Here Shapiro skillfully describes the decline of the upper chamber from then to now by focusing on many of the central episodes and the senators who played pivotal roles.5/5(4).
C.L. Rawlins previous book, Sky's Witness, was praised by Jim Harrison for the "spaciousness of its thought and the antic wit of its style."Broken Country takes us back to the source: Wyoming's remote Salt River Range, where the author's life changed for good in the summer of Thus--with a rift between himself and his family, his heritage, and a nation at Pages: The Broken Country book.
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In some ways, the novel coronavirus has upended everything for bestselling author Don month, he was supposed to be on a city tour of the country with his new book, “Broken. Paisley Rekdal’s The Broken Country, winner of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Award for Creative Nonfiction, grips you from the beginning, starting with a vivid description of a stabbing in a Salt Lake City parking lot, a crime perpetrated by a Vietnamese refugee.
We later learn that Rekdal, who lives in Salt Lake City, just a few blocks away from the site of the crime Author: Katy Haas. The Broken Country uses a violent incident that took place in Salt Lake City, Utah, in as a springboard for examining the long-term cultural and psychological effects of the Vietnam War.
To make sense of the shocking and baffling incident-in which a young homeless man born in Vietnam stabbed a number of white men purportedly in retribution for the war-Paisley Rekdal draws on.
The Broken Country GammaLAW, Book 3 By: Brian Daley. A summer's retreat into Wyoming's high lonesome, tending sheep, allows Rawlins (Sky's Witness, ) to blow the carbon out of his system.
The Vietnam War was raging, the draft was a possibility, and Rawlins wanted none of it. His parents were appalled. The summer of '73 looked to be tense on the home front, so Rawlins hired on with a shepherding operation in the Salt Author: C.L.
Rawlins. Out of a Far Country brings home the living truth that in the midst of a broken and hurting world, God is at work to redeem, renew, and reconcile his beloved.
I’m particularly happy to endorse this book because Christopher, like myself, was broken in prison and redeemed by Christ."/5(29). Located a minute walk from Julie Hart Gallery in Broken Hill, Broken Hill Country Cottage offers accommodations with a kitchen.
The vacation home is miles from Broken Hill Visitor Information Centre/10(24). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A Del Rey book." Description: vii, pages: map ; 18 cm. Responsibility: Brian Daley. The Broken Country: On Trauma, a Crime and the Continuing Legacy of Vietnam Paisley Rekdal.
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Photo image / Paul Slater By: Simon Wilson. The Broken Country is a book-length essay on cultural trauma and the inter-generational legacies of war.
Ina young Vietnamese man named Kiet Thanh Ly walked into a downtown Salt Lake City megastore, purchased a knife, and began stabbing white male passersby in the parking lot, purportedly in revenge for the war in Vietnam: a war that, due to .C.L. Rawlins's previous book, Sky's Witness, was praised by Jim Harrison for the "spaciousness of its thought and the antic wit of its style." Broken Country takes us back to the source: Wyoming's remote Salt River Range, where the author's life changed for.
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