When Stage-Coach Days in the Bluegrass was first published in 1935 by the Standard Press in Louisville, the New York Times reviewer described qthis charming workq as qan interesting example of that very useful class of books, local histories, which so rarely get the attention they deserve.q Along with his focus on the development of stage-coach travel, Coleman covers details such as pioneer roads, taverns, travelers' experiences, mail carriers, and the coming of the railroad. This fascinating look at an age gone by is truly a work of regional culture.the poem) and of ending the row with her father is indeed to become male. ... (a The Appropriate Moment, a CL, 22) Instead of perpetuating the quarrel of daughter with father, the poet erases the terms of the quarrel by joining her father on his journey and ... By dealing with her fathera#39;s death, she is dealing with the Troubles .
|Title||:||Tongue of Water, Teeth of Stones|
|Publisher||:||University Press of Kentucky - 2015-02-05|