Book Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket
Edition: First American Edition
Publisher: Boston: Godine, 1986.
Fine in alike dust-jacket.
Frederick Busch's sometimes I live in the country is a story of a young boy's journey from the city to the country. The boy, who is unnamed, is born and raised in a city, but yearns for a life outside of the city. He finds his way to the country by bus, and begins to experience the life and culture of the rural community he has found himself in. The boy is a curiosity to the villagers, who are fascinated by his city upbringing and the ways in which he has adapted to life in the country. The boy observes the ways in which the villagers live their lives, and the ways in which they interact with each other. He also learns about the ways in which the country has been impacted by the city. The boy's journey is an interesting and illuminating one, and he comes to understand the importance of both city and country in the world.; 8vo; $6.00.