4 edition of Tales from a Forgotten Place found in the catalog.
Tales from a Forgotten Place
January 2003 by Dept. of Anthropology University of Kansas .
Written in English
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In A Forgotten Place Bess is particularly attached to a group of Welsch soldiers that come from a mining town.
The idea of a soldier returning to a town where mining is the primary occupation with an amputation is especially daunting/5. The novel has a distinctly gothic feel to it: remote locale, harsh landscape, stormy weather, mysterious villagers—and the sense that something truly evil is hiding, perhaps in plain sight.
Followers of the Crawford series will find much to like here. (Booklist on A Forgotten Place) “A masterpiece of /5().
Tales from a forgotten place Volume 23 of University of Kansas publications in anthropology Volume 23 of Publications in anthropology: Authors: Bismark Ranguy, Kathryn Staiano-Ross: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Dept.
of Anthropology, University of Kansas, Original from: the University of Virginia: Digitized: Length: Tales from a forgotten place. [Lawrence]: [Dept. of Anthropology, University of Kansas], © (OCoLC) Named Person: Bismark Ranguy; Bismark Ranguy: Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bismark Ranguy; Kathryn Staiano-Ross.
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The Forgetting Place book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Menaker State Hospital is a curse, a refuge, a prison, a nece /5. Booklist on A Forgotten Place. A superb whodunit—just when you think you have it figured out, Todd throws a curve—and a moving evocation of a world at war.
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That her work as a nurse would be less demanding. However, there are still a lot of wounded soldiers, many of whom have lost limbs. In this book, Bess is /5(24).
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A Forgotten Place lays out the fears of life after the war. Through the first half of this book, I worried that it would be a fairly predictable whodunnit, but halfway through, the novel becomes a rich and mysterious stew of aspects of life in remote Caudle as well as an exploration of the sufferings of England's repatriated soldiers.
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