2 edition of bitterweed path found in the catalog.
Thomas Hal Phillips
|Statement||Thomas Hal Phillips.|
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|Number of Pages||320|
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Abstract: This novel tells the bitterweed path book of two boys growing up in Mississippi a generation after the Civil War. As such, it challenges many assumptions about gay representation in the first half of the twentieth century. You will have to find more out for yourself by reading the Love and the Unloved. Frequently, these narrow leaves often occur in short axillary clusters making them appear whorled or palmately lobed ; they are light to medium green or grayish blue, glandular-dotted, and hairless or nearly so. Inrig Drawing on epidemiological, archival, and oral history sources, Inrig probes the social determinants of health that put poor, rural, and minority communities at greater risk of HIV infection in the American South. In the more common subacute form, signs are less severe and death occurs in days.
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And its rare depiction of homoerotic relationships in an era in which the subject was largely tabooed, redoubles the novel's importance and impact. Hudnut-Beumler traveled to both rural and urban communities, listening to the faithful talk about their lives and beliefs.
They alert us when OverDrive services are not working as expected. I liked this book because of the great detail and insight. It will force many critics to reexamine the nature of pre-Stonewall gay fiction and the range of how homosexuality was constructed in postwar America.
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A fine example of the southern literary tradition, the novel is also part of a very small bitterweed path book of gay literature of the period.
Originally published bitterweed path bookthe novel's unique contribution lies in its subtle engagement of homosexuality and cross-class love. The initial renewal of root growth is retarded if the grass tops are continually removed.
It will force many critics to reexamine the nature of pre-Stonewall gay fiction and the range of how homosexuality was constructed in postwar America. Toxicity increases with plant maturity.
Chronic poisoning is common, with sheep developing a wasting disease.Bitterweed is an annual wildflower from the aster family that frequently infests pastures, sandy ground, prairies and disturbed sites. The weedy plant has a mature height of ½ to 2 ½ feet and blooms with small, five to 10 petaled yellow flowers.
Bitterweed gets its name from its bitter, toxic foliage that gives cow milk a bitter taste if grazed. ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices.
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