The Examined Life: Family, Community, Work in American Literature
 


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Miller, Jim Wayne, “The Examined Life: Family, Community, Work in American Literature,” Appalachian State University Libraries Digital Collections, accessed April 21, 2024, https://omeka.library.appstate.edu/items/show/43712.


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Title

The Examined Life: Family, Community, Work in American Literature

Description

Concerned with the 50% dropout rate for public high school students in the Southern Highlands, Jim Wayne Miller published this book in 1989 to ensure that young people had access to published works and other text that examine the themes of familiy, community, and work. Miller intended to provide public school teachers with the tools to engage students and stimulate meaningful conversations. Miller produced a work that guides students to reflect on their heritage, see the bigger picture, and develop a broader perspective of human existence.



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Subject

American literature--History and criticism
American literature--Appalachian Region--Study and teaching (Secondary)
United States--Civilization

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Creator

Miller, Jim Wayne

Publisher

Appalachian Consortium Press

Date

1989

Format

PDF
E-books

Language

English

Type

Text

Coverage

Appalachia

Spatial Coverage

https://www.geonames.org/12212302/appalachia.html

Temporal Coverage

1980s

Digital Publisher

Appalachian State University

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