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Dogs bark, but the caravan rolls on : observations then and now

Author: Frank Conroy
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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ConroyUs commentaries on life, music, and writing have appeared regularly in the "New York Times Magazine, Esquire, " and more. "Dogs Bark" collects these pieces into an autobiography in journalistic snapshots. They evoke ConroyUs southern childhood, his teen years in New York, and his experiences as a teacher and director.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Conroy
ISBN: 061815468X 9780618154685
OCLC Number: 48450062
Description: x, 222 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: A note on the title --
Some observations now --
Father --
Scouts' honor --
Running the table --
My generation --
The basic imperative --
Leaving New York --
Small-town America --
The mystery of coincidence --
A new father --
Father thoughts --
More observations now --
Think about it --
My teacher --
The writers' workshop --
The House of Representatives and me --
Me and Conroy --
More observations now --
My Harlem --
Jarrett --
Marsalis at twenty-three --
Marsalis at thirty-four --
The Serkin touch --
Hip vaudeville --
Observations now --
Great Scott.
Responsibility: Frank Conroy.
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ConroyUs commentaries on life, music, and writing have appeared regularly in the "New York Times Magazine, Esquire, " and more. "Dogs Bark" collects these pieces into an autobiography in journalistic snapshots. They evoke ConroyUs southern childhood, his teen years in New York, and his experiences as a teacher and director.

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