Category: Regional: U.S.
Copyright/published Year: 1988 by Nick Lyons Books
Since the publication of his first book, Mississippi Solo, Eddy ì L. Harris has been praised for his travel writing. In this ì exciting reissue of his classic travelogue, readers will come to ì treasure the rich insightful prose that is as textured as the ì Mississippi River itself. They will be taken by the hand by an ì adventurer whose lifelong dream is to canoe the length of this ì mighty river, from Minnesota to New Orleans. The trip's dangers ì were legion for a Black man traveling alone, paddling from "where ì there ain't no black folks to where they still don't like us ì much." Barge waives loom large, wild dogs roam the wooded shores, ì and, in the Arkansas dusk, two shotgun-toting bigots nearly bring ì the author's dream to a bloody . Sustaining him through the hard ì weeks of paddling were the hundreds of people who reached out to ì share a small piece of his challenge. Mississippi Solo is a big, ì rollicking, brilliant book, a wonderful piece of American ì adventure, and an unforgettable story of a man testing his own ì limits.
This is a used book and is in Good condition.
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1988 trade paperback. Has an embossed owner seal on the first page. Otherwise unmarked. Not written in.
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