3 edition of Excerpts from the journal of Annie Pace found in the catalog.
Excerpts from the journal of Annie Pace
by Vantage Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||35|
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The Abundance is subtitled Narrative Essays Old and New, and for the most part, these essays are excerpts from the books of Annie Dillard that I have read before. Repeatedly, I was Excerpts from the journal of Annie Pace book to rediscover those passages that I had loved upon first reading (passages that I quoted from copiously the first time around), and as a collection, I /5.
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Excerpts-From the book. Five things I hate about my real name, Andromeda. Everyone says, "That's a weird name." The plot moves at a steady pace and a subplot addresses racism. While the ending is almost too neat, readers will find themselves cheering for Annie, her friends, and her family. School Library Journal "Annie's humor.
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