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Sleeping Preacher

Sleeping Preacher

Julia Kasdorf
https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt6wrb4c
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    Sleeping Preacher
    Book Description:

    Winner of the 1991 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize.The poems in this book deal with life in a Pennsylvania Mennonite community and the tensions and conflicts that exist for the speaker as she tries to be true to two worlds, the other being New York City.

    eISBN: 978-0-8229-7929-6
    Subjects: Language & Literature

Table of Contents

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  1. St. Francis Preaches to the Birds
    (pp. 8-8)
  2. The Only Photograph of My Father as a Boy
    (pp. 11-11)
  3. Along Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn
    (pp. 24-24)
  4. First TV in a Mennonite Family
    (pp. 26-26)
  5. Clear Night at the End of the Twentieth Century
    (pp. 36-37)
  6. What I Learned from My Mother
    (pp. 43-43)
  7. After the Second Miscarriage
    (pp. 44-44)
  8. For Weatherly, Still in New York
    (pp. 48-48)
  9. Sunday Night Supper for a Mennonite, 1991
    (pp. 51-51)
  10. The Path to a Man’s Heart
    (pp. 52-52)