5 edition of The Cuyahoga (Rivers of America) found in the catalog.
The Cuyahoga (Rivers of America)
W. D. Ellis
by Landfall Press, Incorporated
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
On the Shelf. Cuyahoga. By Pete Beatty Scribner: pages, $27 If you buy books linked on our site, The Times may earn a commission from , whose fees This Cuyahoga Falls hotel is located just off Route 8 and is 10 miles from Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Facilities include free Wi-Fi, a hot tub, and an indoor pool. friendly atmosphere, good oatmeal, freshly made waffles as required
Cuyahoga (Book): Beatty, Pete: One of The Millions and BuzzFeed 's Most Anticipated Books A spectacularly inventive debut novel that reinvents the tall tale for our times-- Cuyahoga defies all modest description [it] is ten feet tall if it's an inch, and it's a ramshackle joy from start to finish (Brian Phillips, author of Impossible Owls). Big Son is a spirit of the times--the times Wolves and Flax is based on the Prior Family Archive and other historical publications going back more than two centuries.. In the book Kenneth Clarke explores his family’s experience of living in the wilderness, establishing local government, welcoming fellow pioneers, and creating early industries in the Cuyahoga ://
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Cuyahoga follows the exploits of local larger-than-life Big Son, as related by his brother, Middle (or Meed). What starts as a tall tale expands into a profile of Ohio City and its rival sister city, Cleveland, and ultimately takes some unexpected You need to ease yourself into the rhythms of this book, rhythms which may feel dense and definitely worth a gander if you have a psychic relationship of any kind with the cuyahoga river or its tributaries/greater watershed.
it's howlingly dated in its historical voice and stops way before any of the interesting post stuff happens (river as fire, river as brownfrield, river as site of ecological gentrification. we can argue about that last one). mostly this book is good “A great big American bouncy castle of a book—strange, exhilarating, hilarious and alive—and every sentence so perfect.
An absolute delight.” —Ben Loory, author of Tales of Falling and Flying “ Cuyahoga is a singular feat of language and energized inventive storytelling. In Big Son, I met The Cuyahoga book mythic American hero, and in his brother In this regard, Cuyahoga is a breezy fable of empire, class, conquest and ecocide Beatty revels in fabulizing a region he clearly knows and loves.” —New York Times Book Review “Pete Beatty’s very funny, rambunctious debut novel, Cuyahoga could be read with pleasure inor Orwhen most of it is :// The following is excerpted from Pete Beatty's debut novel, Cuyahoga, an electric (mid)Western with universal themes of family and is a Cleveland-area native.
He has taught writing at Kent State University and the University of :// The Cuyahoga by William Donohue Ellis TABLE OF CONTENTS. from the last chapter: "Some rivers are so mighty and overpowering they force conclusions on men and nations - the Ohio, the Columbia, the Mississippi - and diminish the men.
This edition contains the complete text as found in the print edition of the book, along with some Cuyahoga covers a particular moment in history as well as a wide swath of America’s historical consciousness.
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Subjects: Cuyahoga Valley -- History. Cuyahoga River. More like this: Similar Items Cuyahoga Sound Track. While the river has changed drastically, as we saw in Chapter 1, this book also covers history.
A Brace of Lions. River entrances have traditionally been guarded by a pair of forts and shore batteries astride the mouth. But the mouth of the Cuyahoga was watched by two powerful old bull Ohio-born author Pete Beatty's novel 'Cuyahoga' gives readers a fabulous tale about the beginnings of Ohio City.
most important, his book is really good: boldly conceived, imaginatively “A great big American bouncy castle of a book—strange, exhilarating, hilarious and alive—and every sentence so perfect. An absolute delight.” —Ben Loory, author of Tales of Falling and Flying “ Cuyahoga is a singular feat of language and energized inventive storytelling.
In Big Son, I met a mythic American hero, and in his brother The Book of Unknown Americans is a stunning novel of hopes and dreams, guilt and love—a book that offers a resonant new definition of what it means to be American. Named a New York Times and Washington Post Notable Book, an NPR Great Read, The Daily Beast 's Novel of the Year, and a Mother Jones,School Library Journal, and Pre-publication book reviews and features keeping readers and industry influencers in the know since Cleveland lay on the eastern shore of the Cuyahoga River while on the bluff opposite lay the wild territory called Ohio City.
Its champion is a Paul Bunyan–esque character called Big Son, “his shoulders wide as ox yokes,” who Brief historical sketch of the Cuyahoga County soldiers' and sailors' monument.
Complete description of the memorial structure. Dedication programme by Cuyahoga County Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission (Cleveland, Ohio).
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