Spoonhandle [Paperback] Moore, Ruth
Spoonhandle, Ruth Moore’s second novel, spent 14 weeks on The New York Times Bestseller List and was made into the movie Deep Waters. Spoonhandle is about Maine, brilliantly authentic, but the story told is universal, as old as time as it deals with the struggle between love and meanness of spirit, between human dignity and greed.
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The iconic Bert and I stories were first created by Yale University students Marshall Dodge and Robert Bryan in the late 1950s and performed around campus. The two amateur storytellers soon recorded a short ten-inch album of eleven stories for friends and family, but ultimately pressed just a few hundred. However, growing popularity prompted them in 1958 to record and …
Memoir of a large family from Fort Fairfield, a small border town in Aroostook county, Maine. Black & white photos.
Track listing: THE MAINE CHRISTMAS SONG — Windham Chamber Singers I SAW THREE SHIPS — Noel Paul Stookey and Anne Dodson JOY TO THE WORLD — Paul Sullivan GIVING MAN — Don Campbell O HOLY NIGHT — Dave Rowe with Phil House WHAT CHRISTMAS MEANS TO ME — Schooner Fare ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH — Windham Chamber Singers …
This wonderful CD captures the magic of a Marshall Dodge performance. It was originally recorded at the University of Maine in the fall of 1977. All tracks on this CD were digitally remastered in 2008 for improved audio quality. Stories include Set ‘er Again and One Heckuva Draft.