The house of earth

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Moyer Bell, Nov 1, 1995 - Fiction - 722 pages
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The first one-volume collection of the author's Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning tales follows one Chinese family's struggle to survive during a century of rapid and radical change. IP.

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Review: The House of Earth (Omnibus)

User Review  - Cindy Behrens - Goodreads

When I first read "The Good Earth" many years ago, I did not realize it was #1 of 3! This is a real treat to continue to follow the family of Wang Lung. Such lessons in values and morals. A very interesting read. Read full review

Review: The House of Earth (Omnibus)

User Review  - Aiysha Alamgir - Goodreads

Did you know Pearl S. Buck's Good Earth is actually the first part of a trilogy?! The House of Earth has all three (Good Earth, Sons, and A House Divided). Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Pearl S. Buck is the author of many distinguished books for children and adults. She won the Child Study Association's Children's Book Award for "The Big Wave", the Pulitzer Prize for her novel" The Good Earth", and in 1938 received the Nobel Prize for literature.

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