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Call Home The Heart: A Novel Of The Thirties
Call Home The Heart: A Novel Of The Thirties, 9781558614000  

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Call Home The Heart: A Novel Of The Thirties

Fielding Burke
ISBN:   1558614001   List Price:    INR 1,410.46
ISBN-13:   9781558614000       (USD 19.95)
Publisher:   The Feminist Press at CUNY   Pages:    462
Binding:   Paperback   Weight:    1.5 Pounds
Pub. Year:   2002   Language:    English
Category:   Fiction
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   Call Home the Heart (1932) is the story of Ishma Waycaster, a poor woman who, pregnant for the third time and discouraged by the endless struggle of rural life in the Great Smoky Mountains, flees to a mill town, where she becomes involved in union organizing and a bloody strike (modeled on the Gastonia strike of 1929). Burke (1869-1968) provides a remarkably honest portrayal of the conflicts between Ishma's sexual and emotional needs and her intellectual and political loyalties, and of more >>

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