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At Least in the City Someone Would Hear Me Scream

by Wade Rouse

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Published by Crown Publishing Group in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24252620M
ISBN 109780307451927
OCLC/WorldCa605926753

  I met my favorite author, Wade, Rouse, this past week. What a thrill. Last December I picked up a copy of At Least In the City Someone Would Hear Me Scream at the library because it was written by a of the blurbs on the book jacket said something about the author surviving the snows of Michigan winter in Saugatuck.   Wade Rouse is an unlikely modern-day Thoreau. Sure, he’s quit his high-powered job in St. Louis and struck out for the territory on the sparsely populated shores of Lake Michigan, with nothing more than his partner, their dog, a healthy dose of hope, and Walden in hand as a the self-professed neurotic urbanite’s attempts to renounce big-city addictions .

Lee "At Least in the City Someone Would Hear Me Scream Misadventures in Search of the Simple Life" por Wade Rouse disponible en Rakuten Kobo. We all dream about it, but Wade Rouse actually did it. Discover his journey to live the simple life in this hilarious me /5. Get this from a library! At least in the city someone would hear me scream: (misadventures in search of the simple life). [Wade Rouse] -- Finally fed up with the frenzy of city life and a job he hates, Wade Rouse decided to uproot his life and try, as Thoreau did some years earlier, to "live a plain, simple life in radically.

Tongue-in-cheek memoir of a middle-aged gay man who, inspired by Thoreau, moved to rural Michigan to pursue his writing and the simple life. Rouse (Confessions of a Prep School Mommy Handler, , etc.) jettisoned urban pleasures and set out with his partner to craft a new life in the narrative is organized around ironic “life lessons” drawn from his reading of Author: Wade Rouse. Title: At Least In The City Someone Would Hear Me Scream: Misadventures In Search Of The Simple Life Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: June 1, Publisher: Crown Language: English.


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p. ; 25 cm. At least in the city someone would hear me scream: (misadventures in search of the simple life)Pages: Memoirist Wade Rouse (At Least in the City Someone Would Hear Me Scream) shares a practical—and funny—list of ways to stay true to yourself while writing and trying to get published.

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Coonskin Cap. There’s a raccoon on my head. And I don’t particularly look good in hats.