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Midwestern Journal is a serious story embroidered with subtle humor in which the leading character is caught in a void between the past and the present. Midwestern Journal's form is unique. It is in the format of a journal or diary, a double diary. Each chapter is a journal entry by the main character, Edward Ellis, which is preceded by a diary entry by his ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published February 14th 2013 by Trafford Publishing
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Joseph Ferguson
Dec 13, 2015 Joseph Ferguson rated it it was amazing
Inspired by the journal of his great grandmother Harriet Hanes, Edward Ellis starts a journal of his own. His entries, each prefaced by quotes from Hanes’ diary, comprise a series of stories and vignettes that amounts to Ellis’ coming of age.
Doughty divides Ellis’ life into three parts: “At Home” (before 1979), “In New York” (1979), and “Paradise Lost” (1980). The first section covers Ellis’ early life growing up in rural Indiana, while the second shows both his fascination with the Adirondack
Howard Doughty
Feb 28, 2013 Howard Doughty rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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