In 1955, Hugh Willoughby left for a Midwestern American university (Purdue University). He jotted down notes of his impressions and experiences to send back to his English friends, which were subsequently put together in a series of letters. These letters are uninhibited and never whittled down to spare American sensitivity. This newer annotated edition gives descriptions of events and practices that might have slipped out of modern recollection and provides a look at the American way of life and education that still insightful.Everyone Kenmore 30aquot; Electric or Gas Range a $99.00 seems to have a fully automatic washing machine, a vast refrigeraAppliance Prices a 1955 From various sources tor and a variety of smaller electrical gadgets. Many have a tumbleranbsp;...
|Title||:||Amid the Alien Corn|
|Author||:||Charles Nigel Harvey, Hugh Willoughby, Joseph L. Martin, Thomas Bacher, Travis Bunner|
|Publisher||:||Purdue University Press - 2007|