With an unusual, disarming blend of autobiography and cultural commentary, noted poet and critic Koestenbaum takes us through a spectrum of mortifying circumstances--in history, literature, art, current events, music, film, and his own life.
A fifth generation farmer, Wayne Cryts finished harvesting his crop
in the fall of 1980 and hauled more than 32,000 bushels of soybeans to a nearby grain storage facility. That decision changed his life forever.A few months later, the ...
The Pulitzer Prize winning author of "Lincoln at Gettysburg" brings
his eloquence, his wit, and his on target perceptions of American life and politics to this fascinating, well drawn portrait of John Wayne, a true 20th century hero. "Deeply ...