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The Snow Child – by Eowyn Ivy

Homesteading could be thought of as establishing a business. It is a brutal business; dependent on what you understanding is of farming unbroken land, and your ability to do that. It is a gamble with the elements, the weather, the … Continue reading

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Book Review ~ Caleb’s Crossing and Mrs. Tomb Thumb

Mrs. Tom Thumb; Melanie Benjamin; Delacorte Press; New York 2011 Caleb’s Crossing; Geraldine Brooks; Penguin Group; New York: 2012 Both these books deal with guilt, the part that religion plays in augmenting it, and how people come to terms with … Continue reading

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Mark Twain’s Autobiography

Down through the years a number of versions of Mark Twain’s autobiography have been published, each of them with the caveat that there was a host of archived material that, according to his will and his family’s directive, could not … Continue reading

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