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The Dread Road

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This fictional account of a bus trip fromAlbuquerque to Denver, a journey through theAmerican hell, was ten years in the making. Through a phantasmagoric mingling of three texts, Le Sueur the old radical returns, triumphant and terrible, to remind us what we have sowed fromracism, oppression, and nuclear experiment, andhow near is the hour of retribution. The bookcontains ...more
Published January 1st 1991 by West End Press
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“The people are a story that never ends,
A river that winds and falls and gleams erect in many dawns;
Lost in deep gulleys, it turns to dust, rushes in the spring freshet,
Emerges to the sea. The people are a story that is a long incessant
Coming alive from the earth in better wheat, Percherons,
Babies, and engines, persistent and inevitable.
The people always know that some of the grain will be good,
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