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Duckpuddle Road : A Maine Story
by James T. Kenny




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The days and months following the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy in late 1963 was a catastrophic yet strangely formative time for young American adults. A group of such come together in a saltwater farmhouse on Maine's remote Duckpuddle Road. In the paleness, loss and tragedy, something is born. It is not a political awakening, but a deep-rooted and shared reaction to alienation and apprehension. Over time, it shapes their beings, rewiring hearts. It is not nominally Aquarian, but it is a personal bonding, a magnified closeness. What comes to be shared by the group is a deeper feeling for each other, not in a "cause", but in a new centred awareness allowing the opening of once-closed selves, a life reaffirmation that grows and proves to be durable... and infinitely transportable.

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Overview

The days and months following the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy in late 1963 was a catastrophic yet strangely formative time for young American adults. A group of such come together in a saltwater farmhouse on Maine's remote Duckpuddle Road. In the paleness, loss and tragedy, something is born. It is not a political awakening, but a deep-rooted and shared reaction to alienation and apprehension. Over time, it shapes their beings, rewiring hearts. It is not nominally Aquarian, but it is a personal bonding, a magnified closeness. What comes to be shared by the group is a deeper feeling for each other, not in a "cause", but in a new centred awareness allowing the opening of once-closed selves, a life reaffirmation that grows and proves to be durable... and infinitely transportable.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781528925914
  • ISBN-10: 1528925912
  • Publisher: Austin Macauley
  • Publish Date: June 2019
  • Page Count: 160
  • Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.34 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.36 pounds


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