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An elegy

Jonathan Fisher

An elegy

by Jonathan Fisher

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Published by [by Charles Prentiss, or Charles and John Prentiss] in Printed at Leominster [Mass.].-- .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Burr, Mary Anne Wilder, -- 1766-1795

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jonathan Fisher. ; On the death of Mrs. Marianna Burr, wife of Mr. Robert Burr, of Ashby, who died January 2, 1795
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 49488
    ContributionsFisher, Jonathan, 1768-1847.
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15580005M

    The book provoked a response in the form of an anthology, Appalachian Reckoning: A Region Responds to Hillbilly Elegy, edited by Anthony Harkins and Meredith McCarroll. The essays in the volume criticize Vance for making broad generalizations and reproducing myths about : J. D. Vance. Elegy Country Churchyard, First Edition. You Searched For: has made content related notes to the preliminary blanks in ink including the wording of the suppressed verses of Gray Elegy Good- (Book- moderate shelf wear /soiling to cloth, a few foxing spots mainly to end papers. Previous owner name and date in ink to free front end paper.

    The must-read summary of J.D Vance’s book: "Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of A Family and Culture in Crisis". A riveting story of a young man's remarkable journey in post-war America. J.D. Vance takes into account his early recollections of how life was back in those days. Brought up by his mother's parents in an Appalachian household, Vance. Vance reiterates that Hillbilly Elegy is a book that draws upon his own experiences. He isn’t an academic, he writes, nor is he unbiased. He isn’t an academic, he writes, nor is he unbiased. Although his memoir takes into account certain statistics and generalizations, he primarily relies on his own experiences to assemble an image of.

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The book, featuring a sociological construction of what Vance thinks Appalachia is, was a national bestseller for years. Critics and book lovers from outside the region said it was a perfect window into the white working class, an insider look at what makes Appalachia tick. But "Hillbilly Elegy" isn't profound.Self-proclaimed elegy though this means to be, the little book Nichols milks out of the contrast is depressed, unerotic, and forced.

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