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The most welcome miracle of the month is this "new" novel by Woody Guthrie. The folk-singing legend died in 1967, leaving behind thousands of pages of poetry, lyrics, and prose, but only one finished novel. Now published for the first time, House of Earth seems the perfect match for his powerful autobiography Bound for Glory, carrying with it strong portrait of rural resilience and social activism. Though grounded in the Dust Bowl era, this fiction will speak to readers more acquainted with more recent hard times. Editor's recommendations.