Ringing in the Wilderness: Selections from the North Country Anvil
Rhoda R. Gilman
Holy Cow! Press, 1996 - Antiques & Collectibles - 380 pages
Fiction. "RINGING IN THE WILDERNESS: SELECTIONS FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY ANVIL makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the generation of activists that grew up during the civil rights, student, anti-war and women's movements in the Midwest. I know of no other work which captures the regional voices of writers and artists that identified with these movements and were part of the struggle to envision a new world" -Sal Salerno, Metropolitan State University, author of 'Red November, Black November.'
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