Barbara Kingsolver - Bukhari 1 Nidaa Bukhari Mrs.Schreibman English 3 AP Pd 1 1 June 2019 Barbara Kingsolver Barbara Kingsolver is an American author

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Bukhari 1 Nidaa Bukhari Mrs.Schreibman English 3 AP Pd. 1 1 June, 2019 Barbara Kingsolver Barbara Kingsolver is an American author and poet born of April 8th in 1955 in Annapolis, Maryland and raised in rural Kentucky. She has made many popular books which have gained a lot of attention as well as readers like The Poisonwood about a missionary family who moves from the state of Georgia all the way to a village in the Belgian Congo. Not only is Barbara Kingsolver an amazing novelist but she has also come to be a very impactful poet and essayist who made sure her public opinion was out there for the world to see and read. Since Barbara Kingsolver always put her mind to her work she has won many awards like the Women's Prize for Fiction and the James Beard Award for Writing because of the interesting choices of themes Kingsolver primarily bases her writing off of. Barbara Kingsolver's books, poems and pieces of writings are mainly made up of the themes of personal experience, political issues, and also social issues. Often times in her stories Barbara Kingsolver will always base her books on personal experience of her own which she has learned from over the years or recently. In Kingsolver's novels Kingsolver indirectly writes about her life's experiences but does not use exact details of her life experiences. They are made more up to be generalized within her novels implying things and dropping hints about the events which are taking place within her life (Epistein). Since Kingsolver was from Kentucky she had a deep love for nature and the hill and woodsy area in
Bukhari 2 which she had grown up in. Her youthful days in kentucky and her need to understand her hometown had a special place within her novels. For example her High Tide in Tucson she talks about her childhood memories in Kentucky, wild places around Horse Lick Creek from which all her fiction has had hints of (DeMarr). The connection that Kingsolver had shared with the life in a small town had also led her to write the book Holding the Line which is all about life within the small mining town in a mining county, Even though she wasn’t from a mining county, Kingsolver was absolutely from an agricultural one where she grew up in (Epistein). Not all of

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