High tide in Tucson: essays from now or never

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Thorndike Press, 1996 - Literary Collections - 392 pages
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The bestselling author of Animal Dreams and Pigs in Heaven brings her acclaimed voice to the essay, in a handsomely designed book. High Tide in Tucson provides readers with a reflection of Kingsolver's sensibility and creativity, as she constantly examines the urgent business of being alive. 25 line drawings.

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User Review  - bettyandboo - LibraryThing

Earlier this year, while in the midst of the high tide of our family's move, I spent several days sorting through piles of papers in our den. Work-related papers, school papers, recipes torn from ... Read full review

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User Review  - valerietheblonde - LibraryThing

Barbara Kingsolver is odd, funny, engaging. This collection of stories and articles stitched together is my introduction to her eccentricity. Read full review

Contents

Preface
9
Creation Stories
36
Making Peace
44
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Barbara Kingsolver is the bestselling author of the novels, The Bean Trees and Pigs in Heaven, as well as collected essays, High Tide in Tucson. The Poisonwood Bible was an Oprah Book Club pick. She lives in Arizona.

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