North Toward Home

North Toward Home

Book - 2000
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With his signature style and grace, Willie Morris, arguably one of this country's finest Southern writers, presents us with an unparalleled memoir of a country in transition and a boy coming of age in a period of tumultuous cultural, social, and political change. In North Toward Home, Morris vividly recalls the South of his childhood with all of its cruelty, grace, and foibles intact.He chronicles desegregation and the rise of Lyndon Johnson in Texas in the 50s and 60s, and New York in the 1960s, where he became the controversial editor of Harper's magazine. North Toward Home is the perceptive story of the education of an observant and intelligent young man, and a gifted writer's keen observations of a country in transition. It is, as Walker Percy wrote, "a touching, deeply felt and memorable account of one man's pilgrimage."
Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, 2000
Edition: First Vintage Books edition
ISBN: 9780375724602
0375724605
Branch Call Number: 917.304 MORRI MORRI
Characteristics: xvii, 438 pages : portrait ; 21 cm

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