4 edition of String too short to be saved. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Illus. by Mimi Korach.|
|LC Classifications||S521 .H212|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||61010445|
String Too Short to Be Saved: Recollections of Summers on a New England Farm (Paperback) Published September 1st by David R. Godine by: 2. : String Too Short to be Saved: Recollections of Summers on a New England Farm String Too Short to be Saved: Recollections of Summers on a New England Farm by Hall, Donald: Very Good Soft Cover () 1st Edition., Signed by Author | Ronald Purmort Books.
The title of this book resonates with me in so many ways. Donald Hall, if you don’t already know him, is a poet now living in CT who wrote about life in New England. He once found, at his grandparents farm, a jar marked; “string too short to be saved”- with bits of string in it. I originally wanted to call this section "Pieces of string too short to save", after the punch line of a Maine story about a notable packrat, who had a box in his attic with that label on it. The idea is that you don't throw things away just because there's no apparent use for them.
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One of those wonderful tales of rural, early depression era America, and the family connections and experiences that are brought back to memory by finding a box in the attic labeled "String too short to be Saved" /5(27).
"A man was cleaning the attic of an old house in New England and he found a box which was full of tiny pieces of string. On the lid of the box there was an inscription in an old hand: 'String too short to be saved.'"/5.
String Too Short to be Saved memorializes a time that is no more, but can live on forever in the warmth of the heart. --Joyce Bupp, Advisor The best essays, for my money, to have been written about New England.
--The New York TimesCited by: 2. This is a collection of stories diverse in subject, but sutured together by the limitless affection the author holds for the land and the people of New England.
Donald Hall tells about life on a small farm where, as a boy, he spent summers with his grandparents. Gradually the boy grows to be a young man, sees his grandparents aging, the farm become marginal, and finally, the cows 5/5(1). String Too Short to be Saved - Ebook written by Donald Hall.
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—Joyce Bupp, Advisor. The best essays to have been written about New England. —The New York Times. String Too Short To Be Saved Hall, Donald (Viking, ) A poet & teacher recalls boyhood experiences on a N.H.
farm in the 's. A box with string too short to save I love it. I hadn’t heard of a commonplace book, but I keep the computer equivalent. The nice thing about even the simples text file is that it’s searchable if only you can recall a key word or phrase. Likewise a. He had brushed it off to read the top, ‘”It said: ‘string too short to save.’ It was written right there on top.
I opened it up and there were all these tiny little short pieces of string laid out straight.” We both understood. We’d both grown up in post-war households. Ours was also a string and aluminium foil-saving home. Buy A String Too Short to be Saved (Nonpareil Books) Reissue by Donald Hall (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low 5/5(1). The Paperback of the String Too Short to Be Saved: Recollections of Summers on a New England Farm by Donald Hall at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Due to COVID, orders may be : David R. Godine, Publisher. So when David recommended I read Donald Hall’s String Too Short to Be Saved: Recollections of Summers on a New England Farm, a memoir about life on a New Hampshire dairy farm, to acquaint myself with the New England farming lifestyle, I wanted to scoff.
I have milked goats, fed chickens, and can call cattle with the best of ‘em. US Poet Laureate Donald Hall () published essays and anthologies of both poetry and prose including "String too Short to be Saved: Recollections of Summers on a New England Farm", and. COVID Resources.
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String Too Short to Be Saved (Book): Hall, Donald, This is a collection of stories diverse in subject, but sutured together by the limitless affection the author holds for the land and the people of New England. Donald Hall tells about life on a small farm where, as a boy, he spent summers with his grandparents.
Gradually the boy grows to be a. The lid was neatly labeled "string too short to be saved." The book is a wonderful collection of essays of life in the early 20th Century on hardscrabble farms, and tales of the ofttimes strange, and always frugal people he remembers from his childhood.
I highly recommend this book. Short stories. The Ideal Bakery; From Willow Temple; Memoirs. String too Short to Be Saved; Seasons at Eagle Pond; Life Work; The Best Day the Worst Day: Life with Jane Kenyon; Eagle Pond; Unpacking the Boxes: A Memoir of a Life in Poetry; Textbooks.
To Read Literature; To Read a PoemSpouse: Kirby Thompson (m. –67). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency String too short to be saved by Hall, Donald, Publication date Topics Hall, Donald, -- Biography, Farm life -- New Hampshire, Poets, American -- 20th century -- BiographyPages: "String Too Short To Be Saved" had been humorously applied to the domestic character of my great aunt, Tante Mox (Marguerite Orban de Xivry).
I had always believed the phrase to be private family language, an invention of my grandmother, until I started to run across it in old Depression-era magazines. String Too Short to Be Saved.
The author reflects on his childhood days in New England, where he spent summers on his grandparents' farm. His most recent collection of short stories, WILLOW TEMPLE, was my introduction to this Whitmanesque, Robert Frost-like wonder boy of observation. In returning to his early work in the Nonpariel Books reissue of STRING TOO SHORT TO BE SAVED one wonders why he has remained in the background, and hasn't found the wide audience he deserves/5(21).Genre/Form: Biographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hall, Donald, String too short to be saved.
New York, Viking Press, (OCoLC)String Too Short to Be Saved (Nonpareil Books, No. 5) This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition: This is a collection of stories diverse in subject, but sutured together by the limitless affection the author holds for /5().