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Jane Gilmore Rushing, American writer. Vassie James Hill fellow of American Association of University Women, 1956-1957; recipient Emily Clark Balch prize, 1961; LeBaron R. Barker, Junior, Fiction award, 1975; Texas Literature award for fiction, 1984. Member Texas Institute Letters. 65874/?tag prabook0b-20. Walnut Grove ) Walnut Grove, the first of Jane Gilmore Rushing's six West Texas novels, is the story of John Carlile's passage into manhood when the twentieth century was young.
Jane Gilmore Rushing (November 15, 1925 – July 4, 1997) was a Texan novelist and journalist, who used to be a staff writer for the Abilene Reporter-News in Abilene, Texas. Her works are the subject of Jane Gilmore Rushing: A West Texas Writer and Her Work, a book by Lou Halsell Rodenberger, former professor of English at McMurry University in Abilene, Texas. Rushing grew up in Pyron, a West Texas farming community now recognizable only by a cemetery and railroad sign
Rushing again demonstrates that her ear for the spare cadences of rural Texas speech, as well as a sensitivity to the spread of pain and obsession that can lie behind it, is acute and unexpectedly touching.
Rushing again demonstrates that her ear for the spare cadences of rural Texas speech, as well as a sensitivity to the spread of pain and obsession that can lie behind it, is acute and unexpectedly touching. The relentless documentation of supper, kitchen, and front porch small talk may require reader patience, but, with a slight twist or two, talk of ""fixing beans"" slides into a hurtful family history which narrator Gall and her kin take out, time after time, polish, reexamine, and rearrange.
Author of Mary Dove, The raincrow, Walnut Grove, Winds of blame, Against the moon, Evolution of a university, Starting from Pyron, Covenant of grace. Evolution of a university.