2 edition of story of Florida found in the catalog.
story of Florida
J. S. Bauskett
On cover: Stories of the states.
|Statement||by J.S. Bauskett.|
|Series||Instructor literature series. [no. 508]|
|LC Classifications||F311 .B35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||14000468|
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An Amazon Best Book of June Welcome to the captivating world of Lauren Groff’s Florida, where assumptions of sunshine state stories—smiling and sunburned children, relaxed parents, moments of unencumbered joy—are shattered and reassembled into a world of darkened forests, nighttime walks and ferocious Groff writes, Florida is “a damp, dense tangle.4/5().
Being a Florida native, I had to pick this book up. This book solidly places Lauren Groff as an author I must read. Short stories are really hard for me. I have a hard time connecting to the characters and separating the narratives out from each story.
Some are stronger than others and some feel like filler. I immediately grasped onto Groff's /5. The follow-up to her blockbuster novel “Fates and Furies,” Lauren Groff’s short-story collection “Florida” is a psychogeography that collapses the real and the imagined.
Finding Florida offers a history lesson that is long overdue."— Birmingham Times “For the general reader, Finding Florida is a catalyst for hearty discussions and more reading.”—Authentic Florida “ Finding Florida is fascinating, comprehensive, and accessible to the non-specialist reader.
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For every story like the naked man high on “bath salts” who brutally attacked a homeless person on a Miami highway inthere are others like the case of Florida resident Terri Schiavo, whose medical condition sparked a national debate on end-of-life care—not to mention Florida’s infamous role tipping the presidential election.
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So, Baker. Finally, the ultimate Florida book: a novel written collectively by the leading lights of Florida’s literary scene circaincluding Dave Barry, Elmore Leonard, and Carl Hiaasen.
Barry wrote the first chapter and then passed it on to the next writer, who picked up where Barry left off, and so : Jeff Somers. An ancient monster is reported to roam the rivers in the northeast corners of the state. In South Florida a man built “America’s Stonehenge” via mysterious means. Join Mark Muncy and Kari Schultz as they uncover the history behind the state's creepiest stories and.
Book Review: 'Hotel Florida: Truth, Love, And Death In The Spanish Civil War' By Amanda Vaill Biographer Amanda Vaill's new book delves deeply into the lives of. Dangers lurk everywhere for the natives in “Florida,” Lauren Groff’s second story collection. There are alligators, panthers, snakes.
Even on the most casual stroll through a gentrifying. Orloff also is one of the South Florida authors whose short story is included in the new anthology “The Beat of Black Wings: Crime Fiction Inspired by the Songs of Joni Mitchell.”.