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Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Creative Writing (Nonfiction)
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Chris Dombrowski, Daniel Spencer
nonfiction, essays, creative, Arkansas, Montana, van
University of Montana
EL CAMINO is a collection of essays. The author, reared in the oral storytelling tradition of the American South, was schooled early in the fine art of laughing to keep from crying. Later, in the literary works of authors ranging from Cervantes to Beckett, and in the school of hard knocks that is late-capitalist America, the author discovered both mentors and material galore to guide his stories from their oral storytelling roots onto the page. The essays in this collection explore themes of home and belonging, exile and migration, and memory and forgetting.
White, Richard Harrison, "El Camino: Essays" (2022). Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers. 11872.
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