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April 27, 2009 11:45 AM

Review: 'Traveling' brilliantly captures poetry of Appalachian language, life

Silas House's

Long Time Traveling

brings hauntingly familiar yet often overlooked aspects of the emotional lives of its characters to the forefront as a family struggles to reconcile their individual inner lives with one another's, while also enduring the "real life" restrictions of their outer lives.

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