The Farm on the River of Emeralds

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Vintage Books, 1978 - Social Science - 344 pages
8 Reviews
Recounts the author's struggles, in company with a thirty-year-old semiliterate black Ecuadorian, against nature, history, tradition, and other men in their efforts to run a tropical farm in accordance with fair play and racial equality

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User Review  - Joyce Magee - Goodreads

Heartfelt (and heartbreaking) sequel to Living Poor: A Peace Corps Chronicle. Read full review

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User Review  - Theresa - Goodreads

former Peace Corp volunteer returns to very rural northern Ecuador, buys farm, struggles with locals to earn living and perhaps hide from something. Thoroughly enjoyable in light of personal trip to Ecudador. Read full review

Contents

Part
1
The Farm as Jungle
3
The Farm as History
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Copyright

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