Jacob Lawrence, The Life of John Brown No. 22.
John Brown was found 'Guilty of treason and murder in the 1st degree' and was hanged in Charles
Town, Virginia on December 2, 1859. (1941)
Workbook: December, 2004
- December 31, 2004: To your amazement a boat appears through thick fog...
- December 30, 2004: Your friends, dressed as '60s longhairs, present an educational sketch...
- December 29, 2004: A basement lounge serves as the backstage area.
- December 28, 2004: I have no recollection of her ever supporting the things that are important to me.
- December 27, 2004: Sex as communication.
- December 26, 2004: The apartment has half-filled with warm water.
- December 25, 2004: "She doesn't want to hear from you!"
- December 24, 2004: The city bus takes you the long way around.
- December 23, 2004: "I know that he knew that I wanted a cat named '287'"...
- December 22, 2004: Stabbed.
- December 21, 2004: This apartment won't do.
- December 20, 2004: Her photo in a blue shirt...
- December 19, 2004: We're in green uniforms, although you've lost your rifle.
- December 18, 2004: Rain.
- December 17, 2004: A concrete bunker, reinforced.
- December 16, 2004: Taking down faded old photos.
- December 15, 2004: Braided gray hair crowed with a headband of Polynesian flowers.
- December 14, 2004: That I've been unsympathetic during recent exchanges.
- December 13, 2004: "Lotta rain up there in the rain forest?"
- December 12, 2004: Faded photographs.
- December 11, 2004: His critical sense was never benign.
- December 10, 2004: Three friends in windbreakers, young, twenties, huddled against strong onshore wind.
- December 9, 2004: Slouching daughter, poor posture, weak shoulders, wilted curls.
- December 8, 2004: Tourist snobbery.
- December 7, 2004: Seen from the air, how tiny the harbor is.
- December 6, 2004: Hike in hard rain through tropical growth which is most of the time taller than we are.
- December 5, 2004: Anger at the evident injustice.
- December 4, 2004: "He's singing about drugs."
- December 3, 2004: "He's trying to sound like a Negro."
- December 2, 2004: One of the many ways her husband has let her down over the years...
- December 1, 2004: Transformation of the environment from one dominated by photos of loss to images of future destinations.
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