The Quilters. Women And Domestic Art. An Oral History

Patricia / Buferd, Norma Bradley Cooper


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LINGUA España
AUTOR Patricia / Buferd, Norma Bradley Cooper
ISBN none
TAMAÑO DEL ARCHIVO: 6,34 MB


Page précédente: Revista De La Asociacion Espanola De Neuropsiquiatria. Ano Xxiii. N. 85. Enero-marzo 2003
Page suivante: Historias Fantasticas Y De Terror

The Quilters: Women and the Domestic Art, an Oral History is an inspirational story that looks at quilting and women. I was lent this book by a friend at a patchwork group in Australia. From the time I picked up this book to the time I finished it nothing else mattered.4,6/5(27). Start by marking “The Quilters: Women and Domestic Art, an Oral History” as Want to Read: Women and Domestic Art, an Oral History. Write a review. Mar 19, Christy added it Shelves: nonfiction, creativity. A quick read about women, history Cited by: Compelling black and white portraits of the women accompany their moving oral histories, while thirty-six color photographs showcase the ein-buch-auf-bali.de award-winning book was the basis of the Broadway play Quilters, nominated for seven Tony ein-buch-auf-bali.deia Cooper taught at the University of California at Berkeley until her death in Norma Bradley Allen is a freelance writer who lives in Cedar Reviews: 1. Get this from a library! The quilters: women and domestic art: an oral history. [Patricia J Cooper; Norma Bradley Allen] -- "A moving oral history of the female pioneer settlers of Texas and New Mexico, this book brings to life the rural homesteads of turn-of-the-century America. The quilts these women make are a lovely. The Quilters: Women and Domestic Art (An Oral History) Cooper, Patricia; Allen, Norma Bradley Published by Anchor Books, New York, NY, U.S.A. (). Get this from a library! The quilters: women and domestic art: an oral history. [Patricia Cooper; Norma Bradley Buferd]. The Quilters: Women and Domestic Art: an Oral History Patricia J. Cooper, Norma dust storm embroider everything finished flowers folks Friendship quilts garden gettin girl goin gonna grandmother guess hard here's history of quilting homestead hope chest husband Jim Reynolds keep kids ladies laugh lived Log Cabin look Lordy makin Mama 5/5(1). The Quilters is a lovely book. It is filled with the reminiscences of elderly women who lived in Texas and in New Mexico during the early part of the 20th century. Back in the s, the authors, Patricia Cooper and Norma Bradley Allen, interviewed women for whom quilting had been an important part of their life. In The Quilters, Cooper and Buferd let women speak for themselves about the works of art that they have put to everyday use. The book is an extremely skillful combination of edited oral history interviews and conversations with women quilters in Texas and New Mexico; black-and-white photographs of the women, their homes, and the land; and wonderful. The Quilters is an absolute gem of a book! It's a thoughtful tribute to extraordinary women who invented an art form out of scraps of cloth to record and celebrate the domestic events of families and communities living in places and times that were uniquely un-domesticated. The Quilters: Women and Domestic Art: an Oral History Patricia J. Cooper, Norma dust storm embroider everything finished flowers folks Friendship quilts garden gettin girl goin gonna grandmother guess hard here's history of quilting homestead hope chest husband Jim Reynolds keep kids ladies laugh lived Log Cabin look Lordy makin Mama 5/5(1).

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