Bus Route 423

December 2012
Monthly: Australian Politics, Society & Culture;Dec2012/Jan2013, Issue 85, p54
The article presents the author's views on traveling in a bus in the U.S. She comments that commerce and transaction are not involved in a bus trip which is the only time when he is in the company of strangers. She remarks that a whole class of ghost people appear in the midmornings traveling in a bus while a latenight bus is a strangely peaceful affair.


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