|An American Mining Tragedy Joan Quigley. homes once stood, like a prairie. |
Back in the mid-1980s, when relocation funds trickled into the borough,
bulldozers leveled houses on both sides of the street, demolishing block after
block, from St.
|With a critical introduction by Peter Wild, this edition offers new insights—and reveals some surprising truths—about this legendary author and his best known work. Van Dyke was not, it seems, the "plaster saint of the desert.|
|The words of the 4th-century monastics who founded the Desert Rule The Desert has bred fanaticism and frenzy and fear: but it has also bred heroic gentleness.|