MILL TOWN: Reckoning with What Remains
The author excavates the past and present, sifts through historical archives and scientific reports, talks to family and neighbors, and examines her own childhood to illuminate not only the ruin of her hometown and the collapse of the working-class, but the hazards of loving and leaving home.
Publisher: St. Martin's
Item #: 1960229
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