A collection of engaging essays about the odd corners of America covers such topics as the disappearance of the five-and-ten store, the nation's latest Elvis sightings, St. Louis's Bowling Alley Hall of Fame, and much more. 15,000 first printing.
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This engaging collection of New Yorker articles by the author of A Country Year takes the reader on a series of thirteen wigged-out journeys, from a search for the best pie joints of the eastern U.S. to a tour of places where the undead Elvis has been sighted. Hubbell's calm, tongue-firmly-in-cheek prose is a great delight.
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