4 edition of Depression island found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Upton Sinclair ...|
|LC Classifications||PS3537.I85 D4 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 7-124 p.|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||36014770|
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Three man are cast ashore on a tropical island, and one of them becomes the "owner", and hires the other two to work for wages; so they soon have "overproduction " of fish and coco-nuts, with "hard times", unemployment, a "coco-nut line," strikes, "Reds," troubles we know so merry satire on the depression was produced during the California EPIC campaign, request for the script were received 5/5(2).
The Island sensitively depicts the isolation and loneliness a child may feel living with a parent with depression. The story allows for discussion with the child to explore their caring role and the self-blame felt by children who have a lived experience of parental mental health.
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Michelle Obama says she is dealing with ‘low-grade depression’ amid coronavirus pandemic, racial injustice in US By Amanda Kaufman Globe Staff, Updated August 6. “A picaresque tale of adventure during the Great Depression. Part Grapes of Wrath, part Huckleberry Finn, Krueger’s novel is a journey over inner and outer terrain toward wisdom and freedom.” — Minneapolis Star Tribune “Crafted in exquisitely beautiful prose, this is a story to be treasured – outstanding and unforgettable.”.
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Despite the good. Depression is an illness that affects more than million people worldwide, according to the W.H.O. Timothy Sullivan, the psychiatry and behavioral sciences chairman at Staten Island. S uch was the scale of the global market crash last week in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the spectre of the Wall Street rout and the ensuing Great Depression of.
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