|Title:||The Heart of the City|
|Format:||lrf rtf mobi lrf|
|ePUB size:||1798 kb|
|FB2 size:||1601 kb|
|DJVU size:||1294 kb|
|Category:||Growing Up and Facts of Life|
|Publisher:||Orchard Books (April 1, 1998)|
Extramarc University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (PZ). Identifier heartofcity00koer. Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t1tf3tv5p.
This book is about a white girl moving into the city with her family. She comes in with a lot of stereotypes regarding violence, gangs, and broken families. To her surprise, she becomes friends with a black girl her age on the block. A faculty member for more than 35 years at Pasadena City College, where he has taught everything from Shakespeare to remedial writing, Ron Koertge is the author of several acclaimed novels, most of them for young adults. That Ron Koertge is a master at capturing teenagers' voices-often in witty repartee-is fully evident in MARGAUX WITH AN X, the story of a sharp-tongued beauty and a quirky, quick-witted loner. MARGAUX WITH AN X started as a short story, but the heroine wouldn't let me alone," the author says
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The City Council appointed Ronald Koertge as South Pasadena's Poet Laureate at their June 6 meeting. California State Poet Laurate Dana Gioia, another South Pasadena resident, recently nominated Ron Koertge as South Pasadena Poet Laureate in a letter to the City Council. Ron Koertge was born April 22, 1940 in Olney, Illinois
Personal Name: Koertge, Ronald. Publication, Distribution, et. Fayetteville On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Life on the edge of the continent : selected poems of Ronald Koertge.
Browse through Ronald Koertge's poems and quotes. 15 poems of Ronald Koertge. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee. Ron Koertge was born in Olney, Illinois, April 22, 1940Ronald Koertge is the author of poetry. Ron Koertge was born in Olney, Illinois, April 22, 1940 Ronald Koertge is the author of poetry collections like Dairy Cows, Life on the Edge of the Continent: Selected Poems, and Making Love to Roget’s Wife (University of Arkansas Press). He has also written a novel, The Boogeyman, a lot of young adult novels, including Arizona Kid, Mariposa Blues, Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright, and Confess-O-Rama. Koertge recently retired from Pasadena City College after 37 years of teaching. Ron Koertge's book is DIARY COWS, not DAIRY COWS. Therein lies the delightful quirky humor of his title poem.
Sixteen-year-old Ted O'Connor's parents just died in a fiery car crash, and now he's stuck with a set of semi-psycho foster parents, two foster brothers-Astin, the cocky gearhead, and . the sometimes gangsta-and an inner-city high school full of delinquents. He's having pretty much the worst year of his miserable life. With unsparing humor and a keen flair for dialogue, Ron Koertge captures the rare repartee between two lonely teenagers on opposite sides of the social divide. His smart, self-deprecating protagonist learns that kindred spirits may be found for the looking - and that the resolve to follow your passion can be strengthened by something as simple as a human touch.
Koertge, Ronald 1940-. In 1965 Koertge took a position as a professor of English at Pasadena City College, where he still teaches today. He began publishing poems in maga-zines as early as 1970 and a few years after that released the first of many chapbooks of verse. In 1980 he published his only novel for adults, The Boogeyman.
Ronald Koertge Poems. 1. The Streetsweeper. 2. Poetry Begins in Delight. Poem of the day. Laughing And Sneering by Henry Lawson. WHAT tho' the world does me ill turns And cares my life environ; I'd sooner laugh with Bobbie Burns Than sneer with titl'd Byron. The smile has always been the best; 'Tis stronger than the frown, sirs: And Venus smiled the waves to rest;.