A Tramp's Wallet

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Mercer University Press, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 276 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Outward Bound
8
Riding the Rails26
26
St Georges38
38
The Low Shoulder of February
47
Trifles53
53
Bookstore
55
Uptown61
61
Resort137
137
Return
160
Lantern
166
The End of April
172
Zoos177
177
Pattern
182
Field Days188
188
Wogarno
194

Down South66
66
Incongruous
95
A Day at Gong Gong 111
111
Karrakatta
117
Solitude129
129
Wallet226
226
Adelaide231
231
Murray River247
247
Afterword
270
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About the author (2011)

A native of Nashville, Sam Pickering is a professor of English at the University of Connecticut & author of eleven previous books of essays. His most recent collections are Living to Prowl, Deprived of Unhappiness, & A Little Fling & Other Essays.

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