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by Lawrence A. Wenzel
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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Lawrence A. Wenzel
  • ISBN:
    0918606136
  • ISBN13:
    978-0918606136
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  • Publisher:
    Heidelberg Graphics; 1st edition (June 1, 1999)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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    Genre Fiction
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Although Lawrence’s later works were clearly composed in the modernist tradition, they often differed greatly to other modernist writers, which were tended to be austere in their approach, with every word being carefully worked upon in a meticulous fashion. Yet Lawrence strongly believed that all poems should be personal sentiments and that spontaneity was vital for any successful work.

And still we are not in the town. There is still a third wall, and a third massive gate. The book says eight! I insisted stoutly. They always want to make distances twice as long, if you are to hire a carriage. And then we are in the old part of the town, where the graceful little palazzos of the Middle Ages are turned into stables and barns, and into houses for poor peasants. In front of the lower storey of one little old palace, now a blacksmith’s shop, the smith is shoeing a refractory mule, which kicks and plunges, and brings loud shouts from the inevitable little group of onlookers.

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I found this autobiography an excellent read. The author came out of the depression went into the Second World War in the Pacific and he describes to us what it was like to be a person experiencing those events. Many times we read history but it not as personalized as is this book. The writing is excellent and the topics are very interesting. His view of race relations during that period is well worth reading about alone. I found this book to be one of the best that I've read in the recent past. I do a lot of reading too.