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From inside cover: "I'm talking about the years from 1945 to 1950", writes Earle Labor. "There was nothing like them before and there would be nothing like them...

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Original Title
The Far Music
Edition Format
Hardcover
Number of Pages
236 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
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From inside cover: "I'm talking about the years from 1945 to 1950", writes Earle Labor. "There was nothing like them before and there would be nothing like them afterwards". He calls this period "the Era of Bright Expectations".

In this optimistic era, anything was possible. Attending Southern Methodist University on an academic scholarship, Labor finds a campus transforme From inside cover: "I'm talking about the years from 1945 to 1950", writes Earle Labor. "There was nothing like them before and there would be nothing like them afterwards".

He calls this period "the Era of Bright Expectations". In this optimistic era, anything was possible. Attending Southern Methodist University on an academic scholarship, Labor finds a campus transformed from its earlier "country club" image, with veterans making up half the student body.

Labor immerses himself in the life of SMU, while working odd jobs and dreaming of becoming a college professor. With fellow English major P.B. "Pink" Lindsey, a former combat infantryman now at SMU on the GI Bill, Labor devises a plan to follow the open road into the heart of America, trailing the wheat harvest.

They plan when reaching Canada to backpack to the Rocky Mountain wilderness and build a cabin. Like Thoreau, they will spend a year as their experiment in living close to Nature. The nots of The Far Music reverberate across the wheat fields of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas, the oat harvest and Black Hills of South Dakota, the mountains and white-water canyons of Wyoming and Colorado, into the legendary Folly Theater, the boxing ring, and meat-packing plant of Kansas City.

Along the way, the two travelers encounter sun-tanned farmers, leathery migrant workers, tough construction bosses, free-wheeling vagabonds, and convivial factory hands. The Far Music celebrates a special time in American cultural history. Once you come under its spell, you'll never forget it.


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