Like a Tree

Like a Tree

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It was 1935, the sixth year of the Great Depression. Most of the population was living on faith, hope, and denial. Still, it was not a bad year to be sixteeenAiif you were white, middle-class, Protestant, and lucky enough to be living in Atlanta. Like a Tree is the story of the Krueger family and how they coped and conquered through the spirit-breaking years of the nineteen-thirties. In a larger context, Like a Tree is about the South's white liberal minority that worked quietly and largely underground, fighting prejudice, segregation, and ignorance to emancipate future generations. Early revewers have called this book qtouching, q qabsorbing, q qpowerful, qimportant, q qoriginal, q and qrichly textured.q It is a testament to perseverance, love, good will, and the fortitude of ordinary human beings.Before the summer employment was over he had enriched Damona#39;s vocabulary with words that wouldna#39;t make it into ... DeKalb County Works Department and he would be spending most of the morning waiting to be interviewed for a job as aanbsp;...


Title:Like a Tree
Author: Calvin Kytle
Publisher:NewSouth Books - 2007
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