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Annotated Bibliography of Peace Corps Writers’ Books in the Library of Congress

I came across a very cool bibliography of Peace Corps books requested back in 2011 by Congressman John Garamendi (RPCV, Ethiopia 1966-68) of records in the U.S. Library of Congress.  The bibliography focuses on Peace Corps Writers’ books, of which Glimpses through the Forest is one.  Looking forward to reading others on the list that I haven’t read yet.

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