2 edition of Kodak elegy found in the catalog.
William Merrill Decker
|Statement||William Merrill Decker|
|LC Classifications||CT275.D32544 A3 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012010231|
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Kodak Elegy is a first-rate memoir, combining closely observed and lyrical reminiscences of the author's upbringing in Rochester with a deep critical Cited by: 1. This is an autobiography of a son of a Kodak employer. Even as a local, living near where he describes, Kodak elegy book couldn't drum up any interest in his story.
Sometimes i had no idea what the author was trying to say as his writing was so flowery. Sometimes I had no interest because he was describing his dreams or nightmares, which was just boring.4/5.
Kodak Elegy is a first-rate memoir, combining closely observed and lyrical reminiscences of the author's upbringing in Rochester with a deep critical /5(4).
Suburban contentment and strain. Decker’s Kodak Elegy strides the tightrope of s America with passion and skill. His remembered Rochester is tantalizingly rich with character and change."— Alyson Hagy, author of Ghosts of Wyoming: Stories.
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The author traces his family connections with the Hudson Valley’s Dutch settlements and Rochester’s German-American immigrant community, the force behind the area’s horticultural : William Merrill Decker. In Kodak Elegy: A Cold War Childhood (, Syracuse University Press), Decker recollects the blithe and troubled scenes of America’s postwar prosperity and evokes a bygone era.
Depicting the banalities of the place and time, Kodak Elegy narrates a political education shaped by the Civil Rights Movement, John F.
Kennedy’s assassination, the. Kodak Elegy is a story in which many share. Nostalgic without becoming sentimental, descriptive without becoming tiresome, well-designed and finely written, it is the story of a generation whose impact on history and culture has yet to be fully measured. For example, Kodak Elegy is a memoir by William Merrill Decker, an English professor at Oklahoma State University who grew up in the Rochester area as.
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The length of time it took to develop this elegy is a testament to the enduring impact of the Vietnam conflict on our national psyche and the men and women who served there.
This is not a pro-war poem. Rather, it is an attempt to look honestly at the impact of that war on those who served on both sides of. Kodak Elegy: A Cold War Childhood. By: William Merrill Decker. Price: $ An indispensable book by writers who have experienced firsthand the rewards and challenges of crafting a memoir.
Anyone undertaking the project of writing a memoir knows that the events, memories, and emotions of the past often resist the orderly structure of a.
The book is set in Kansas where an orphan lives with a secret about her mothers death. She grows up in her aunt and uncles bed and breakfast inn, and those people are strangers to her. It is a great Midwestern tale. flag 2 likes Like see review/5(5). Kodak Elegy: A Cold War Childhood What was it like to grow up as the son of a Kodak engineer during the company's glory days.
Decker presents a vivid portrait of life in the Rochester suburbs where residents eagerly conformed to period expectations: two kids, two. Google map location Syracuse, New York ; f: ; [email protected]• Pictures, Pop Bottles and Pills: Kodak Electronics Technology That Made a Better World But Didn't Save the Day, by K.
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