Sacred Ground: Writings about Home
Milkweed Editions, 1996 - Fiction - 359 pages
This fascinating collection of stories and essays takes a look at what we call home--places, people, and states of being--through the writings of a diverse collection of authors. Contributors include Louise Erdrich, Colette, Annick Smith, Harry Crews, Sharon Oard Warner, and Sherman Alexie.
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