Sporty Creekis a series of short stories set in the Kentucky hills. Narrated by a young boy (a cousin of the narrator of Still's classic novelRiver of Earth), the book tells the story of his family during the Great Depression. With work in the coal mines sporadic, they move from place to place, trying to earn a living the best they can. The story is told with gentleness and humor.
Subjects: Language & Literature, History
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