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Down in New Orleans : reflections from a drowned city

Author: Billy Sothern
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, ©2007.
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"Post-Katrina New Orleans hasn't been an easy place to live, it hasn't been an easy place to be in love, it hasn't been an easy place to take care of yourself or see the bright side of things." So reflects Billy Sothern in this riveting and unforgettable insider's chronicle of the epic 2005 disaster and the year that followed. Sothern, a death penalty lawyer who with his wife, photographer Nikki Page, arrived in the  Read more...
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Sothern, Billy, 1977-
Down in New Orleans.
Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, ©2007
(DLC) 2007000213
(OCoLC)78070562
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Billy Sothern
ISBN: 9780520933842 0520933842 9781435602007 1435602005
OCLC Number: 180278569
Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 346 pages) : illustrations
Contents: A man leaves home --
A stranger comes to town --
"This blues is just too big" --
A dollar short --
Poor, nasty, brutish, and short --
Not in my backyard --
Left to die --
Bring the war home --
The dry run of the apocalypse --
History repeats itself --
Going home --
Oxford town --
I do believe I've had enough --
Everyday reminders --
Second line --
Gideon's blues --
Live from the Circle Bar --
Corporate limits --
Fat Tuesday --
Hard lot --
La Nueva Orleans --
Yours in struggle --
In the parish --
Not resigned --
Epitaph.
Responsibility: Billy Sothern ; photographs by Nikki Page.

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Argues that post-Katrina, New Orleans hasn't been an easy place to live, it hasn't been an easy place to be in love, it hasn't been an easy place to take care of yourself or see the bright side of  Read more...

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"A necessary reminder that the problems that led to Katrina still exist." E! The Environmental Magazine 20080201

 
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