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Driving Home: An American Journey Paperback – 30 Jul 2013

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HASH(0x9595c8ac) out of 5 stars Poetry and the Pacific Northwest 28 Dec. 2014
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A Brit Lit teacher in SEATTLE...and that would explain my 5-star rating. What Seattle lover wouldn't love the poetry of Jonatan Raban's work. The wandering and the wondering spirit of Raban's literate story-weaving lead you through the mossy, rain washed and sun-sparkling Pacific Northwest. A keeper, for sure. A good choice for a high school summer read, too.
HASH(0x95e5ffd8) out of 5 stars Different sort of road-trip 3 Mar. 2016
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Couldn't stop thinking about the setting, the cultural misunderstandings, the loneliness in a narrative that's kind of funny on the surface.
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