Home Again: Essays and Memoirs from Indiana

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Famed Indiana writer and wit George Ade once observed that a Hoosier seemed often to be a "puzzling combination of shy provincial, unfettered democrat, and Fourth of July orator," as well as being a storyteller by reason of being born in the state. What it means today to make a home in the nineteenth state is examined in the Indiana Historical Society Press's collection Home Again: Essays and Memoirs from Indiana. Editors Tom Watson and Jim McGarrah have brought together some of the state's finest writers to reflect on ...

Home Again: Essays and Memoirs from Indiana 2006, Indiana Historical Society

ISBN-13: 9780871951984

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