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America Bound
America Bound: An Epic for Our Time
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  • Paperback
  • Apr.01.2007
  • 9781891386688

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AMERICA BOUND: AN EPIC FOR OUR TIME by David Radavich offers a unique literary narrative of American history and culture from the end of World War II to the present.  The heart of the volume features 24 monologues spoken by three generations of average Americans reacting to events around them. A wide range of voices, male and female, black and white, old and young, rich and poor, discuss their experiences living through World War II, the Vietnam War, Civil Rights movement, feminism, and AIDS, all the way to the current war in Iraq. Together they offer a multi-faceted, colorful portrait of American life for the past half-century.
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AMERICA BOUND: AN EPIC FOR OUR TIME by David Radavich offers a unique literary narrative of American history and culture from the end of World War II to the present.  The heart of the volume features 24 monologues spoken by three generations of average Americans reacting to events around them. A wide range of voices, male and female, black and white, old and young, rich and poor, discuss their experiences living through World War II, the Vietnam War, Civil Rights movement, feminism, and AIDS, all the way to the current war in Iraq. Together they offer a multi-faceted, colorful portrait of American life for the past half-century.

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About David

David Radavich was born in Boston but has lived in many parts of the country as well as in Canada, Germany, and Scotland.  His poetry collections include Slain Species (Court Poetry, London, 1980), By the Way: Poems over the Years...

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Published Reviews

Jan.21.2008

"David Radavich demonstrates how he has found the perfect poetic technique for the expression of his unfailingly interesting take on life. This is splendidly controlled free verse which takes the...

Jan.21.2008

"David Radavich has given us a thought-provoking and intriguing volume. Many pieces contain fine music that glows with reading aloud. The initial poem, 'Refugee,' finds us where we inevitably are - By...