Published July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||268|
The Boat Rocker is a poetry of life that both presents a philosophy of life and describes an art of living that has been learned the hard way--by actually living a life; by having tasted all the joys life offers and having suffered many of the tragedies and pains life inevitably brings as : iUniverse, Incorporated. This is his answer: a browsing around among the citizens, and a canny noting of what they think and see and feel. There's an undercurrent of common sense and sound criticism, while on the surface, the misapplication of the tenets of the New Deal cause many heartburns and many chuckles. A book for anti-administration readers primarily. Author was president of the Alabama News and the Georgia News-tribune, orange cloth, good sound square tight copy, SIGNED presentation from the author on the free front endpaper, age-toning mainly to the endpapers, cartoon illustrations, small old newsclip about this book's publication pasted to the top of the half-title page, no other previous owner marks, 5"x/2". The Boat Rocker, Ha Jin, author; Edoardo Ballerini, narrator Feng Danlin and Yan Haili, were married in China. He was an unsophisticated, aspiring author, and she turned out to be a scheming young woman who also imagined herself as a writer, He loved her and believed her love for him was sincere/5.
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