Rock Island LinePaperback - 2008
Raised in an idyllic Iowa town, young July Montgomery is rocked by the tragic death of his parents. Fleeing to Philadelphia, he fashions a ghostly existence in an underground train station. When a young woman appears to free him from his malaise, they return together to the Iowa heartland, where the novel soars to its heartrending climax. First published to enormous acclaim in 1975, Rock Island Line brings Rhodes's striking characterizations and unparalleled eye for the telling detail to this tale of paradise lost -- and possibly regained.
Published: Minneapolis, Minn. : Milkweed Editions, 2008, c1975.
Edition: 1st pbk. ed.
Branch Call Number: F RHO
Characteristics: 408 p. ;,22 cm.