Harcourt Brace & Company, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 61 pages
The photographs of Walker Evans tell stories of ordinary people living in America in the extraordinary time of the Great Depression. Cynthia Rylant’s poetry about the photographs offers a new voice in the telling, celebrating the beauty of life lived in extreme circumstances.
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Review: Something PermanentUser Review - Pam Cox - Goodreads
This was my Book Club's selection from last month (my turn to choose). It was our first poetry/photography venture and was a huge hit! The poet is chiefly "Young Adult" writer and we "not so young adults" loved it . Read full review
Review: Something PermanentUser Review - Hannah Jane - Goodreads
Walker Evans and Cynthia Rylant form a simply magical rapport in Something Permanent. Cynthia Rylant's connection to the photographs is quite eerie given that the book came to fruition after the ... Read full review