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Third and Indiana: A Novel
Learn about the experiences of early residents and how they grappled with pivotal and ongoing issues of freedom, equality and faith. Steele, Theodore L. Steele and Wilbur D. First published in , this updated account of the life and work of T. The Bass Photo Company photographed the local automobile industry, the rise of new office buildings, and activity along the commercial hub of Washington, Illinois, Meridian and Market streets. Many of the images are so vivid that one can almost hear the clang of a trolley, the click of horse hooves, the roar of engines, and the din in the streets filled with bustling pedestrians. Included in the volume are nostalgic images of the Indianapolis Mile Race, leisure activities, individual portraits, street scenes, Monument Circle, a parade of returning World War I soldiers and more.
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Oct 01, ISBN In the Philadelphia neighborhood known as the Badlands, drug gangs rule absolutely. Each time a life is lost in the carnage of the local drug wars, a boldly drawn chalk outline of a body appears on the street leading up to City hall: a teenaged dealer, a priest, a little girl with a jump rope. Ofelia Santoro rides her bicycle through the dark, decaying streets, looking for her fourteen-year-old-son, Gabriel. Gabriel has fallen in with the most savage of the drug dealers, but now wants to get out—if he can. Lopez aims to prick consciences, in the tradition of the documentary novelist, and he does so with considerable style.
Third and Indiana is a novel written by Steve Lopez. It is about the experiences of several people connected to year-old Gabriel Santoro, while living in the dangerous gang-controlled streets of the Badlands section of Philadelphia , Pennsylvania , United States. The novel gave notoriety to Third Street and Indiana Avenue, a real-life intersection in the Fairhill area known for the prevalence of drug dealers. Steve Lopez arrived in Philadelphia in the mids. Lopez said that he began considering writing a novel because "what I saw in the neighborhood that I found so shocking and so unlike what I had seen in my years of reporting in other cities. There were just so many compelling images that I would walk away with every time I went into the neighborhood. Keating of the Philadelphia Inquirer , "essentially the story of a parent in search of a child in danger.