As New. 6" X 9" 34 Pages. Used book with no defects noted. The Introduction is by Rosalie Sorrels, daughter of Nancy (Kelly) Stringfellow, the author of these poems and stories. This introduction is a short biography of Nancy as well as Nancy's parents, James Madison Kelly and Arabelle (Beaire) Kelly. The author was 4 years old in 1914 when she and her parents moved to Twin Falls, Idaho and began farming a small tract. It was here near Grimes Creekthat Nancy (Kelly) Stringfellow was educated and married Walter Stringfellow. Nancy's daughter writes that Nancy lived with letters all her life. Pope, Shakespeare, Carlyle, Burns, Keats, Yeats, the lliand. It was an embarrassment of riches in a family that many thought was poor. The gods, Greek, Roman, Celtic, Norse. And the harsh shadow of Calvin and unimaginable conflicts, moral and ethical. Nancy managed The Book Shop in Boise for 20 years where she sold books and taught the people of Boise what to read. In this book are Nancy's sometimes autobiographical stories. Contents: Report from Grimes Creek After a Hard Winter, Introduction, Home to Our Mountains, Social Security, Festival of the Toads, That's It, Querencia, Song for Daughters, A Letter to Rosalie, and Scatter My Ashes.
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