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  • Author:
    Anderson Ferrell
  • ISBN:
    0394535219
  • ISBN13:
    978-0394535210
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  • Publisher:
    Knopf; 1st edition (September 12, 1985)
  • Pages:
    141 pages
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Anderson Ferrell is an American novelist. He was the winner of a 1996 Whiting Award for his novel Home for a Day. He is originally from Wilson County, North Carolina. Home for the Day Knopf, 1994.

Anderson Ferrell is an American novelist. Ferrell's mismanaged plot device fails to spoil his novel. His melodious backtracking and sweet-tea atmospherics, along with his catty eye for small-town social distinctions and his keen ear for fence-line gossip, imbue much of Have You Heard with a juicy charm.

Where she was :. by. Ferrell, Anderson. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Author of the widely heralded Where She Was, Anderson Ferrell gives us the spirituality of our wound where others would give us the pettishness of their injury.

The highly acclaimed story of Cleo Lewis, living a hardworking life on the Southern family tobacco farm, of which Newsweek wrote, this lucid, beautifully controlled novel resists comparison: Ferrell commands his own territory. ISBN13:9780671624385. Release Date:December 1986.

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Personal Name: Ferrell, Anderson. Download book Where she was :, by Anderson Ferrell. Random House, (c)1985. Ferrell's mismanaged plot device fails to spoil his novel

Anderson Ferrell is an American novelist. He was the winner of a 1996 Whiting Award for his novel Home for a Da. . Like the world at large, though, it would be far better off without gay-baiting politicians and town-square gunfire.

Cleo Lewis, a backwoods woman, finds her love for her family and her acceptance of the harshness and drudgery of her life, threatened by her sudden yearning for meaning and understanding and by the arrival of an unknown, mysterious stranger