A heaven in the eye

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Breitenbush Books, Aug 1, 1984 - Literary Criticism - 350 pages
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The eighty-one-year-old author, in his first book, recalls his early life in Oregon and San Francisco, his varied occupations, and the joys of western America in the twenties and thirties

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Clyde Rice, brings himself through life on the road, as a 'hippie' or Hoover Ville resident with his wife of many years. He has more ideas that do not 'make it', but he gets on at jobs on the ferry ... Read full review


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