Lake Wobegon Days

Lake Wobegon Days

Book - 1985
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Garrison Keillor is the consummate storyteller, gifted with the rare ability--both in print and in performance--to hold an audience spellbound with his tales of ordinary people whose lives contain extraordinary moments of humor, tenderness, and grace. This exclusive recording of Garrison Keillor reading a carefully edited abridgement of the book and includes a few segments taken from live performances recorded during a fundraising tour for public radio stations in 1985. 1987 Grammy(R) Award winner Table of Contents Tape 1 Prologue; Home; Forbears; Sumus Quod Sumus; Protestant Tape 2 Protestant; Summer; School Tape 3 Fall; Winter Tape 4 Footnote (95 Theses 95); Spring; Revival
Publisher: New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Viking, 1985
ISBN: 9780670805143
0670805149
Branch Call Number: FICTION Kei
Description: x, 337 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

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FavouriteFiction Oct 21, 2009

All the joys, sorrows, jealousies, humour and mismatched history of a small American town are told in this story of a boy's life.

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