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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
paper-read, one-penny-wonder, published-1924, summer-2011, north-americas, bucolic, classic, women, books-with-a-passport Recommended for: Posted to Wanda 13/06/2011 Read from June 11 to 12, 2011 ** spoiler alert ** A girl in an orange-coloured shawl stood at the window of Pedlar's store and looked, through the falling snow, at the deserted road. Hard-hearted Hannah really does knock the frills off Scarlett O'Hara. brilliant. NB - There is a small amount of mild racism in this story that one could feel uncomfortable with but please bear in mind the vicinity and the times. 2 likes
Review: Barren GroundUser Review - Goodreads
Four because it was so descriptive and so LITERARY but only a four because at time it was dry and even though I understand the appeal of knowing the main character so deeply, I got tired of her emptiness and the pages-long descriptions of her emotional emptiness. NOT A HAPPY BOOK.