One Hundred Years of Dirt

One Hundred Years of Dirts is a meditation on anger, fear of others and an obsession with real and imagined borders. It is the universal story of the outsider, an unflinching memoir in which the mother is the unrewarded hero.

One Hundred Years of Dirt

Author: Rick Morton

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ISBN: 9780522873153

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