1 edition of Summer of government cheese and other stories found in the catalog.
Summer of government cheese and other stories
Paula Marie Coomer
|Statement||by Paula Marie Coomer|
|LC Classifications||PS3603.O5797 S86 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||161 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||2011921791|
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The foreign words filled the room along with the smells and crisp colors from the newly opened suitcases. Haw suggests a search for new cheese, but Hem is dead-set in his disappointment and dismisses the proposal.
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On one level, it s a story about the welfare state how a reliance on government makes people lazy and helpless.
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