A Novel by R.L. Roush. "Henry" takes the 1900-1950 period in rural America and condenses it into a ten-year period to dramatize the methods used by the government and corporate America to bring "rural America" into the "modern times". "Henry" is a book that can make a grown man cry. In dedication Roush wrote: " I write with no higher hopes than motivate the rooster at daybreak". "I do not expect to be appreciated or even tolerated, but I hope to awaken some to a new day. And so, to those who are homesick and do not realize that the "home" for which they are longing is not a geographical location, but a way of life, I sincerely dedicate this small effort."
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