October 1, 2010


Experience the lives of those responsible for our very existence. Absorb and be absorbed as Honi involves you in this fascinating tale.

"The story of millions of European immigrants who came to these shores", says David Leibowitz who relished the story and the fond memory of his ancestors that it evoked.

New York, NY - Oct. 1, 2010 - Honi Tropau, a retired professor who has published multiple books, takes us on one woman's journey into the past--the "yesterday" when a 12-year old Hungarian girl trekked across a continent to realize her fantasy of America and Honi's own inner voyage of self-discovery.

Emerge yourself in this effusive story and experience the journeys of our forebears, as we ultimately discover ourselves. In a chaotic world, we finally come to know who we areónot alone in a mindless universe but a part of a family, the family that Honi remembers.

Memoirs of Honi is available from Amazon, major bookstores and in eBook format.

About the Author

Audrey Rodgers (aka Honi Tropau) retired as Professor Emerita after 38 years in the English Department of Pennsylvania State University. Her specialty was modern American poets. Prof. Rodgers was also the first Women Studies Director and was instrumental in formulating the program. She is the author of The Universal Drum, The Poetry of T.S. Eliot, Hart Crane, William Carlos Williams, and Theodore Roethke. Virgin and Whore, The Image of Women in the Poetry of William Carlos Williams; Denise Levertov, The Poetry of Engagement, and several journal essays on women's poets, Emily Dickinson, and T.S. Eliot.

For more information about Memoirs of Honi, please contact Kaye Productions at (516) 306-2539 or dave@kayeproductions.com.


PUBLISHED: August 27, 2010
ISBN: 978-0-615-38280-7
PAGES: 212
PUBLISHER: Kaye Productions