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Why the tree loves the ax

Lewis, Jim

Why the tree loves the ax

a novel

by Lewis, Jim

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Published by Berkley Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- Fiction,
  • Violence -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published: New York : Crown Publishers, 1998

    StatementJim Lewis
    The Physical Object
    Pagination276 p. ;
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15306286M
    ISBN 100425168646

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Why the Tree Loves the Ax is a suspense novel at heart, but when it moves toward its climax, the reader is left with the uncomfortable realization that Lewis has deftly deconstructed our notions of Caroline's role as narrator.

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Sally Eckhoff Febru AM (UTC) Of course, you can write any book, have the character of Author: Sally Eckhoff. Get this from a library. Why the tree loves the ax: a novel. [Jim Lewis] -- The story of a woman on the run. Caroline Harrison becomes involved in a riot against police brutality in Texas.

She kills a policeman and flees, taking the identity of a slain rioter. She finds. Get this from a library. Why the tree loves the ax: a novel. [Jim Lewis]. The axe and the tree. How bloody persecution sowed the seeds of new life in Zimbabwe.

By Stephen Griffiths. family papers and historical research he has written this book that focuses on the event. Griffiths writes well and shows his love for the country and people of Zimbabwe. Parts of the book are not easy reading and many will shed tears. A Man came into a Wood one day with an axe in his hand, and begged all the Trees to give him a small branch which he wanted for a particular purpose.

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It seemed so modest a request that the principal trees at once agreed to it, and it was settled among them that a plain, homely ash tree should furnish what was wanted.