Essays get to the heart by walking the perimeter

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copyright the Chronicle April 4, 2018

Perimeter check III, Essays from Vermont’s Upper Kingdom, by Paul Lefebvre, published in 2017 by Beck Pond Books, softcover, 239 pages, $17.

Reviewed by Bethany M. Dunbar

What does it mean to be a resident of the Northeast Kingdom? I am involved in a community organizing project, Northeast Kingdom Organizing, and this is the question we have often used as a starting point for conversations about where we live, what are the best parts of this place, the worst parts, and what systems need to be changed.

At the same time it is a personal question and a public one.

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