The Long White
In the sparsely settled hills of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, winter's toughness is matched only by the animosity and affection of its inhabitants for each other and for the land that unnerves them. In ""The Long White"", Sharon Dilworth evokes a place dominated by two great lakes whose power and ferocity influence the lives of every inhabitant. The particularities of place and character come together with the clarity and exactitude of a fresh snowfall that both veils and illuminates a landscape.
- Paperback | 204 pages
- 137.16 x 205.74 x 12.7mm | 158.76g
- 15 Sep 2009
- University of Iowa Press
- Iowa, United States
About Sharon Dilworth
Sharon Dilworth is a professor of English and creative writing at Carnegie Mellon University. Her most recent collection is Women Drinking Benedictine.