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Oklahoma: A Sense of Place

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To be sure, Oklahoma is a land of contrasts. Within the state one can find red necks and blue bloods, pickups and polo ponies, beer joints and country clubs, fiery preachers and pagans, rodeo and ballet. Oklahoma is the nation
Paperback, 76 pages
Published April 29th 2012 by Digitature (first published April 28th 2012)
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This is the print version of a talk Wallis gave at the Tulsa Town Hall, now in its 77th year. When you purchase the book it provides you with instruction on how to obtain a free eBook download, which is nice.

Wallis could be called the Poet Laureate of OK - too bad he writes non-fiction. I am sure if you heard this talk, and are from OK, you'd love it. But it kind of meanders all over the place and includes a couple personal stories filled with bathos.

Still, it is an enjoyable book to read (onl
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Michael Wallis is the bestselling author of Route 66, Billy the Kid, Pretty Boy, and David Crockett. He hosts the PBS series American Roads. He voiced The Sheriff in the animated Pixar feature Cars. He lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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