I Hear Men Talking, by Le Sueur, Meridel
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- ISBN: 9780970534422 | 0970534426
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 3/1/2001
Fiction. Women's literature. Meridel Le Sueur (1900-1996) lived all of her life in the middle west, where she became a voice of conscience for her time. Her second novel, I HEAR MEN TALKING, written in the 1930s but only published in 1984, is her most neglected work. This second edition, with a new introduction by Linda Ray Pratt, should help give this story of farm life in the Depression its rightful place in American literature. "Here are no Hollywood artifices, no easy conclusions, but a Midwest town caught up in a turmoil of desire, betrayal, birth, transformation--and, as Le Sueur so movingly renders it, hope" --Paul Lauter.