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Burning fence : a western memoir of fatherhood

Author: Craig Lesley
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The author recounts his paternal relationships, as well as his own experiences of parenthood, in a memoir that describes his father's abandonment, the abuse of his stepfather, and his fostering of a troubled Native American boy.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Craig Lesley; Craig Lesley; Craig Lesley; Craig Lesley; Craig Lesley
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Craig Lesley
ISBN: 0312318464 9780312318468
OCLC Number: 59011586
Description: viii, 357 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Train Time --
Burning Monument --
Cherry Tree --
The Carnival --
Cowboy Coffee --
Iodine --
The Leper --
Hoboes --
Ronna and Razzle-Dazzle --
Baby Steps --
Polka Dot --
The Portland Rose --
The Freeman Ranch --
Back To Monument --
Newton and Anna --
Madras --
The Old Man --
Umatilla Army Depot --
Rudell and Raylene --
Estacada --
Hit Man --
Oregon City --
Hardman --
Monument --
Martin --
Long Creek --
Brandy --
Snipers --
Efrem --
Ormand --
Prospecting --
Rusty --
Greyhound --
Smokers --
Elena and Kira --
Black Ice --
Prairie City --
Pecker --
Sunflower Flat --
Lesley Family Reunion.
Responsibility: Craig Lesley.
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The author recounts his paternal relationships, as well as his own experiences of parenthood, in a memoir that describes his father's abandonment, the abuse of his stepfather, and his fostering of a troubled Native American boy.

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