Dog Mary David Fuller Cook

ISBN: 9780970575548

Published: March 3rd 2013

Hardcover

202 pages


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Dog Mary  by  David Fuller Cook

Dog Mary by David Fuller Cook
March 3rd 2013 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 202 pages | ISBN: 9780970575548 | 7.15 Mb

Dog Mary is the story of Mary Bass, a legendary woman said to have come to the aid of the homeless and poor of the Great Depression. The book speaks to the nature of suffering, hatred, and prejudice, yet Zora Purefoy and Mary Bass--strong,MoreDog Mary is the story of Mary Bass, a legendary woman said to have come to the aid of the homeless and poor of the Great Depression. The book speaks to the nature of suffering, hatred, and prejudice, yet Zora Purefoy and Mary Bass--strong, independent women--lend to the novel the greater truth of brightness of the human spirit and the strength of heart-felt relationship.

The story narrative is punctuated with raw and vivid oral history citations taken directly from the depression era Federal Writers Project of 1932-1938 and oral monologues spoken by the books characters.



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