For Over Two Hundred Years, Kentucky Has Inspired Many Of The Nation S Finest Writers, Both Natives Of The Bluegrass State And Outsiders Who Were Entranced By Its Rich Natural Wonders And Culture Now, For The First Time, Celebrated Kentucky Literary Historian Wade Hall Has Assembled A Comprehensive Collection Of Writings Embodying The Hopes, Concerns, And Aspirations That Have Made The State Unique And Yet So Typically American Hunters, Soldiers, Adventurers, Tourists, Farmers, Lawyers, Preachers, Educators, Journalists, Historians, Playwrights, Poets, And Novelists Offer Readers An Unparalleled Literary Tour Of Kentucky Early Descriptive And Political Writings By Such Figures As George Rogers Clark, John James Audubon, And Henry Clay Give Way To The Flourishing Body Of Poetry And Fiction By Such Authors As John Fox Jr., Irvin S Cobb, James Lane Allen, Elizabeth Madox Roberts, And Robert Penn Warren The Concerns Of Contemporary Nationally Known Kentucky Writers Bobbie Ann Mason, Silas House, Sena Jeter Naslund, Sue Grafton, Frank X Walker, Barbara Kingsolver, And Maurice Manning Center On The Struggle To Reconcile The Place They Call Home With An Increasingly Global Community The Kentucky Anthology Is The Ultimate Celebration Of The State S Literary Heritage, Which Wendell Berry Once Described As Local Life Aware Of Itself.
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- Kentucky Anthology
- Wade Hall
- 04 July 2017 Wade Hall