Half of What I Say Is MeaninglessBook - 2014
Half of What I Say is Meaningless is a series of memoirs, set by turns in Joseph Bathantis hometown of Pittsburgh as well as in his ultimate home in North Carolina where he landed in 1976 as a VISTA Volunteer assigned to the North Carolina Department of Correction. Though these essays are not queued chronologically, they form a seamless chronicle of contemplation on the indelible stamp of home, family, ancestry, and spirituality, regardless of locale.
Publisher: Macon, Georgia : Mercer University Press, 2014
Edition: First Edition
Branch Call Number: 814.6 Bath
Characteristics: 172 pages ; 23 cm