Baglady

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Fiction - 193 pages
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Hetti Crane has been a good woman all her life; good wife, a good mother, a good homemaker. It has always been enough...until now.

At age fifty-eight she finds herself a widow without any income or savings. Not able to pay the rent, she loses her home too.

Hetti falls into a deep depression. She has only one wish; to die. But life demands to be lived.

This is the story of her struggle to overcome hopelessness, homelessness, and, finally, confinement to a mental ward.

 

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Contents

One
7
Two
13
Three
17
Four
25
Five
31
Six
37
Seven
43
Eight
49
Fifteen
99
Sixteen
105
Seventeen
115
Eighteen
121
Nineteen
131
Twenty
145
Twentyone
155
Twentytwo
161

Nine
55
Ten
63
Eleven
73
Twelve
79
Thirteen
85
Fourteen
91
Twentythree
165
Twentyfour
173
Twentyfive
181
Twentysix
189
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About the author (2003)

Ursula Perrefort was born in 1941 in Germany. She immigrated to the United States in 1965 and lives with her husband in Bethel, Conneticult where she has practiced as Psychotherapist. She is the mother of three sons and a grandmother of two grandchildren. This is her first novel.

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