- Author:Rachel Maddux
- Publisher:Univ of Tennessee Pr; 1st edition (October 1, 1991)
- Pages:209 pages
- Subcategory:United States
- FB2 format1835 kb
- ePUB format1235 kb
- DJVU format1609 kb
- Formats:docx lit lrf doc
Original Title Turnip's Blood is her novella first published in 1936 in Story magazine.
Communication, the Autobiography of Rachel Maddux, and Her Novella, Turnip's Blood. 0870496999 (ISBN13: 9780870496998). This is a two part book - Communication is the autobiography written by Maddux as a 28 year old. Turnip's Blood is her novella first published in 1936 in Story magazine which brought her some acclaim and notice as an author. The autobiography is odd and reveals Maddux as an odd character as well. She describes herself as an exceptionally intelligent child and thus a misfit who had few friends and struggled with depression.
Published 1991 by University of Tennessee Press in Knoxville. American Novelists, Biography. Rachel Maddux (1913-1983).
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Find nearly any book by Rachel Maddux. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780385282871 (978-0-385-28287-1) Softcover, Delacorte Pr, 1972.
Communication : The Autobiogrphy of Rachel Maddux, and Her Novella, Turnip's Blood. By (author) Rachel Maddux.
Knoxville: University of Tennesse Press, 1991. Large, sturdy book, quality gray cloth, purple lettering very fine on spine, blue color inside covers and adjacent end papers, 209 pages plus bibliography and glossy photo section.
ISBN 10: 0870496999, ISBN 13: 9780870496998. Knoxville: University of Tennesse Press, 1991. DJ glossy with gray-tinted photo of Maddux writing on front, gray spine and back with related books.
Dictionary of Literary Biography on Rachel Maddux. The short fiction of Rachel Maddux, most of it published posthumously in 1992, is difficult to categorize. In her autobiography, Communication: The Autobiography of Rachel Maddux, and Her Novella, Turnip's Blood (1991), in fact, Maddux recalls her joy at discovering the fiction of Sherwood Anderson: "Those stories about people JUST LIKE THE ONES I KNEW, those very simple stories, where the words coming out of people's mouths sounded just like the words coming out of. people's mouths-not going through the author's head first.
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