4 edition of story of an ordinary woman found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Mary-Maud Oliver and Edward Surovell.|
|Contributions||Oliver, Mary-Maud., Surovell, Edward.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 93/00964 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||89085190|
Ben cleared some of his land to grow corn, and planted some fruit trees. In its first westward surge, the young country had bitten off more than it could chew, and it was suffering hard for its greed. Many intended to take their wives and children. As conditions east of the Appalachians worsened, people there were pulling up and heading west, in search of the fabled American second chance. Nancy tended the corn, too, those first two summers, while he went out hunting, his favorite way of life, roaming the wilderness.
Iraq would invade Kuwait soon, in two or three months. The Miami I knew of was the place of extremely wealthy, the place where rich people spend the winter - I knew absolutely nothing about the poverty and hardships of her community. As conditions east of the Appalachians worsened, people there were pulling up and heading west, in search of the fabled American second chance. The house was empty and Matan now missed his sister.
Her new husband was Ben Kelsey, twelve years her senior. Since this made him the only physician in the entire territory it gave him a special cachet. While this is a memoir it almost reads like a novel in part due to the detail with which she tells her story. The story starts with a phone call that awakens the woman. We meet the people who support her and those who challenge her. Eventually she had an idea and bought her daughter a huge expensive puzzle of over a thousand pieces.
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Every once in a while a bout of something like malaria laid him flat on his back, but he was always up again in a little while, back to work, and back to dreaming.
Jesse Applegate, whose sister Lucy was married to Ben's brother Sam, had loaded up a whole steamboat with lard and bacon, and gotten only a hundred dollars for it, and then it had all been burnt for fuel. This was a familiar life to her. I also found it very interesting that she wove bits of Puerto Rican history throughout her story giving the reader a sense of who the people of Puerto Rico are.
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He proclaimed it direct and easy for wagons, with good pasturage and water all the way, a matter of a few months on the road, with Eden at the end of it. Her fearless blue eyes delighted the heart. As each single piece found its right place a tight knot was unstitched in her brain and she could release and send away the trapped knowledge she had memorized with so much effort for the tests.
She also has the opportunity to tell her story to millions, which is very important. Conclusion To sum up, the book in question reveals a story of a woman who had to endure a great ordeal for sins she had not committed.
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