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Beyond Katrina: Meditation on the Mississippi Gulf Coast

Beyond Katrina: Meditation on the Mississippi Gulf Coast - 10 edition

Beyond Katrina: Meditation on the Mississippi Gulf Coast (ISBN10: 0820333816; ISBN13: 9780820333816)
ISBN13: 978-0820333816
ISBN10: 0820333816
Edition/Copyright: 10
Cover: Hardcover
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Published: 09/01/2010
International: No

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University of Georgia Press, 2010. Hardcover First Edition,Second Printing. Very Good/Very Good. Boards and dust jacket both show light shelf and edge wear. No highlighting, underlining or any other m ...show morearks. ...show less
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hardcover 1st ed Athens. 2010. University of Georgia Press. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 127 pages. hardcover. 9780820333816. Jacket design by Mindy Basinger Hill. Jacket photo is ...show morea detail from ?The Last Look' by H. C. Porter, from her collection BACKYARDS AND BEYOND: MISSISSIPPIANS AND THEIR STORIES. Sarah Mills Hodge Fund Publication. keywords: Memoir Mississippi Hurricane Katrina African American Poetry Literature. inventory # 20635. FROM THE PUBLISHER-BEYOND KATRINA is poet Natasha Trethewey's very personal profile of the Mississippi Gulf Coast and of the people there whose lives were forever changed by hurricane Katrina. Trethewey spent her childhood in Gulfport, where much of her mother's extended family, including her younger brother, still lives. As she worked to understand the devastation that followed the hurricane, Trethewey found inspiration in Robert Penn Warren's book SEGREGATION: THE INNER CONFLICT IN THE SOUTH, in which he spoke with southerners about race in the wake o ...show less
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