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After the falls

Author: Catherine Gildiner
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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A memoir in which Cathy McClure discusses her family's move from Niagara Falls in 1960 in an effort to give her a new start in suburban Buffalo, New York, her failed efforts to fit in, her immersion in the cultural changes of the 1960s, her civil rights work while at Ohio University, and her relationship with her father.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Catherine Gildiner; Catherine Gildiner
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine Gildiner
ISBN: 9780670022052 0670022055
OCLC Number: 511629632
Notes: "Originally published in hardcover in Canada by Alfred A. Knopf Canada ... in 2009"--Title page verso.
Continues: Too close to the falls.
Description: xvii, 344 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Exodus. Expulsion --
A donnybrook --
Good Friday --
Hit the dirt --
Black lawn jockeys --
Fried --
Scars --
Short order --
The loafers --
A vial in the sunshine --
Eye to Buckeye. Leaving home --
The straw homburg --
A fire in the cellar --
The mirror room --
The avalanche --
Love it or leave it --
The white rabbit meets the blue elephants --
The hour of the wolf --
Hooke's law --
A real pip.
Responsibility: Catherine Gildiner.

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A memoir in which Cathy McClure discusses her family's move from Niagara Falls in 1960 in an effort to give her a new start in suburban Buffalo, New York, her failed efforts to fit in, her immersion in the cultural changes of the 1960s, her civil rights work while at Ohio University, and her relationship with her father.
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