Highly Embellished Truth & Some Poetry
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Published by 6-Mile Roots in Marion, Kansas .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24279819M
ISBN 109780977125524
OCLC/WorldCa432695220

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Highly Embellished Truth & Some Poetry: Just Folks Three, The book is entered as literary fiction although it includes both fiction short stories and poetry. It includes a wide range of topics from humor, poignancy, the unusual, and history to the very thoug. Background Information; Jerry Engler is the author of three books, two of them books of fiction short stories, Just Folks: Earthy Tales of the Prairie Heartland and A Heartland Voice: Just Folks Two, available at or Barnes & His third book, Highly Embellished Truth and Some Poetry: Just Folks Three, which includes both fiction short stories and poetry, was published in.   In my opinion, any round-up of fantastic poetry books must include Elizabeth Bishop. Highly skilled (and highly influential), Bishop was one of Author: Cody Gohl. Like a magician who won't divulge the methods behind his tricks, Engler won't directly say his stories are truth or fiction. "I tell people that the stories are highly embellished truth," he said. "The real truth is that some of them are nearly all true and some of them are complete concoctions. The test is whether people can tell the difference.".

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