The Land Remembers

Author: Ben Logan
ISBN: 9780299309046
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A beloved American memoir of a farm and its people in the 1920s and '30s, recalling Logan's boyhood in Wisconsin's driftless region.

This Old Farm

Author: Roger Welsch
ISBN: 9781610605489
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The Land Remembers By Ben Logan Novelist and filmmaker Ben Logan lives in
New York City, although he remains rooted to the southwestern Wisconsin farm
where he grew up. Ben's memoir of his family's farm, The Land Remembers: The
Story of a Farm and its People, is a rare book. His writing is poetic and evocative
of all that is good— and difficult— about life on the farm. Through his colorful
anecdotes and well- crafted stories, he draws forth images that create an
indelible ...

Called To Healing

Author: Jean Troy-Smith
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438422350
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She includes her husband and sons among the land patriarchs who will take
over the land she owns one day and, she reflects, will sell it for housing tracts or
malls. Ben Logan believes that the land in any size and dimension dialogues
with those who work with it. This belief he puts in his memoir called The Land
Remembers, the story of a farm and its people. The farm and its people live in
southwestern Wisconsin, near Aldo Leopold country, near my country. It is his
remembrance of ...

So Ole Says To Lena

Author: James P. Leary
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299173746
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For the tale's first part, Baughman offers motif X1523.3*, "Animals in Steep
Country." Milk pails, not cows, roll from farm to farm in Ben Logan's recollections
from roughly the same vicinity; see The Land Remembers: The Story of a Farm
and Its People (NYC: Viking Press, 1975), p. 5. Baughman motif X1523.2.1*(a) is
"Farmers plant corn by firing seeds at hillsides with gun." "Wind affects chickens"
is motif X161 1.1. 7*(c). A Nebraska hen lays the same egg five times in Roger
Welsch, ...

Seasons On The Farm

Author: Roger Welsch
ISBN: 9781610605021
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He returned to his childhood farm "Seldom Seen" in the mid-1980s and has lived
there ever since. His book The Land Remembers: The Story of a Farm and Its
People was published in 1975 and is now in its eighth edition. "Christmas
Kaleidoscope" is an essay from Ben's Christmas Remembered collection of
stories and reflects how reminiscing is like looking through a kaleidoscope. With
each spin of the kaleidoscope is another Christmas memory of the past, full of
bright jewel tones ...

Dictionary Of Midwestern Literature Volume 2

Author: Philip A. Greasley
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253021162
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The Land Remembers: The Story of a Farm and Its People (1975) recounts the
life of a farm set against the changing seasons. The Empty Meadow (1983)
presents Steve Carlson's coming into manhood during the Depression era.
University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire writer John Hildebrand (b. 1949) has used
fictional narrative techniques in his reflective, imagistic essay on his family's
Minnesota farm in Mapping the Farm (1995). See also FARM LITERATURE. In
addition to farm and ...

Fareler Ve Nsanlar

Author: John Steinbeck
ISBN: 6050339449
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John SteinbeckFareler ve İnsanlar Salinas Nehri, Soledad'ın birkaç mil güneyinde, tepe yamacının yakınından geçer ve rengi yeşile döner.

Christmas Remembered

Author: Ben Logan
Publisher: Creative Publishing International
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On these pages, Ben Logan lovingly reveals his recollections of the holidays while growing up in the '20s and '30s on a southwestern Wisconsin farm. This is on eloquent guide through treasured times into the present.

Voices From The Heart Of The Land

Author: Richard L. Cates
Publisher: Terrace Books
ISBN: 9780299227838
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“I have been up to the maple woodlot in late May, when the leaves are just
emerging, and it's just as beautiful as the nicest cathedral you were ever in. Our
farm has a tremendous history and so much family and friends that were fortunate
enough to grow up on it and experience it. I am the fourth generation here; my
grandchildren the sixth. I never felt that I wanted to do something else, never was
a doubt in my mind. The freedom of choice and freedom of action that you have
on your ...

New Glarus

Author: Kim D. Tschudy
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439648492
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The living land remembers, touching you in unguarded moments, saying, I am
here. You are a part of me. That land is my genesis. I was born there, cradled by
the land. I cannot leave the land. How can I when a thousand sounds, sights,
smells, tell me I am part of it?” Those few words of Logan's tell the story of the
land—land the owners of these Wisconsin Century Farms hold dearly in their
hearts and minds. The Wisconsin Century Farm recognition program began as a
part of ...