Harvest song: collected essays and stories

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West End Press, Dec 31, 1990 - Fiction - 244 pages
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This collection was first published in two volumes, as Harvest: Stories, 1928-46 and Song for My Time: Stories from the Period of Repression, 1947-58, then re-edited into one volume, with 15 stories and articles added, with a critical introduction by John Crawford. The new material enables the reader to fully appreciate the rich diversity of the writings of this 95-year-old midwestern radical and feminist. This volume won an American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation in 1991.

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Contents

The Afternoon 1928
1
The Miracle 1932
31
Psyche 1935
64
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Meridel Le Sueur was born into a socialist family in 1900 and lived until 1996, spending most of her life in the Middle West. Her stunning and eloquent works include short stories, novels, popular histories, books for children, poetry, and memoir. Blacklisted during the McCarthy era in the 1950s, Le Sueur regained prominence during the rise of the feminist movement in the 1970s.

John F. Crawford (Ph.D., Columbia University), Associate Professor of English at the University of New Mexico - Valencia, has taught medieval, world, and other literature courses since 1965 at a number of institutions, including California Institute of Technology, Herbert Lehmann College of CUNY, and most recently at the University of New Mexico. The publisher of West End Press, he has also edited This Is About Vision: Interviews with Southwestern Writers (1990) and written articles on multicultural women poets of the southwest.

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