Wabash : A Novel
by Butler, Robert Olen
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"...Wabash is a town on the Illinois side of the Mississippi, across from St. Louis. Wabash is also the name of the steel mill, which is the main industry here in 1932. This is the setting for Butler's novel about the Coles, Deborah and Jeremy. Set against the backdrop of the sweltering furnaces of the Middle West, the inchoate rage of the founders, and the desecration of labor by greedy Hooverites the summer before FDR launched the New Deal, 'Wabash' is a memorable achievement..."
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