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A DAY NO PIGS WOULD DIE

by | Read by Terry Bregy

Young Adult • 3 hrs. • Unabridsged • © 1992

It's a delicate business to present a character who speaks in dialect, and Terry Bregy does a craggy and credible job as Robert's stern but loving Vermont Shaker father. Robert himself is presented with two separate voices. The first speaker is the man reliving the time during which he came to understand the joy and sorrow of life; the second is the boy who is the only surviving son of a dying father. Bregy is able to convey a sense of age and experience as well as a sense of innocence. His reading draws the listener into the continuing debate about traditional values. This is very good recording of a powerful book. L.S. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JAN 94]

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Formats

Book pak • Audio Bookshelf • 1993

CS ISBN 1883332052 $21.95 • Two cassettes

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