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Guth·rie

(gŭth'rē),
George J., English ophthalmologist, 1785-1856. See: Guthrie muscle.

Guth·rie

(gŭth'rē),
Robert, U.S. pediatrician, 1916-1995. See: Guthrie test.
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Arlo Guthrie, Woody Guthrie's son, will play with his own son, Abe, tonight at the McDonald.
Woody Guthrie Place is one project that stands out, according to the group's housing developer, Erik Pattison.
Yet, here was Woody Guthrie, in 1952, scrawling in gray ink over a multicolored wash of flowers on a page of his notebook, in the grammatically and syntactically tortured strains of early Huntington's disease:
"And this whole country was on a youth movement, because the folk singers brought with them people who followed the music of Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie and Theodore Bikel--they were there.
Both of Guthrie's previously published books of prose, Bound for Glory and Seeds of Man, are usually described as "quasi-fictional," but House of Earth, while informed by his experiences in the Texas Panhandle, is Woody Guthrie's only fully realized novel.
Recession ills were addressed several times, most poignantly in Woody Guthrie's I Ain't Got No Home.
By Woody Guthrie, edited by Douglas Brinkley and Johnny Depp
HOUSE OF EARTH Woody Guthrie (Fourth Estate, PS14.99) FOLK legend Woody Guthrie is best known for songs, but his recently discovered novel House Of Earth showcases another extraordinary talent.
House Of Earth by Woody Guthrie, Fourth Estate, PS14.99.
? House Of Earth by Woody Guthrie (Fourth Estate, PS14.99) Guthrie is a music legend but this recently discovered novel (finished in 1947) shows another side.
Woody's road; Woody Guthrie's letters home, drawings, photos, and other unburied treasures.