Not Just the Levees Broke By PhyllisMontana-Leblanc

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Not Just the Levees Broke By PhyllisMontana-Leblanc
Called "one of the rawest specimens of classic Nawlins spitfire you'll ever find" by Newsweek, and featured in Spike Lee's HBO documentary When the Levees Broke, Phyllis Montana-Leblanc gives an astounding and poignant account of how she and her husband lived through one of our nation's worst disasters, and continue to put their lives back together. New OrleAns Hurricane Katrina survivor Phyllis Leblanc reveals moment by moment the impending doom she and her family experienced during one of the greatest disasters in contemporary American history. The initial weather forecast, the public warnings from officials, and then the increasingly devastating developments -- the winds and rain, the rising waters -- Not Just the Levees Broke begs the question, What would you do in a life-and-death situation with your family and neighbors facing the ultimate test of character? Not Just the Levees Broke is a portrayal of the …

The Collected Writings of Zelda Fitzgerald By Zelda Fitzgerald

The Collected Writings of Zelda Fitzgerald By Zelda Fitzgerald
The Collected Writings of Zelda Fitzgerald By Zelda Fitzgerald

This comprehensive collection of Zelda Fitzgerald?s work?including her only published novel, Save Me the Waltz?puts the jazz-age heroine in an illuminating literary perspective.Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald has long been an American cultural icon. Born in Montgomery, Alabama, this southern belle turned flapper was talented in d

Ance, painting, and writing but lived in the shadow of her husband F. Scott Fitzgerald?s success.This meticulously edited collection includes Zelda?s only published novel, Save Me the Waltz, an autobiographical account of the Fitzgeralds? adventures in Paris and on the Riviera; her celebrated farce, Scandalabra; eleven short stories; twelve articles; and a selection of letters to her husband, written over the span of their marriage, that reveals the couple?s loving and turbulent relationship. The Collected Writings affirms Zelda?s place as a writer and as a symbol of the Lost Generations as she struggled to define herself through her art


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