Confessions of an Immigrant's Daughter

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University of Toronto Press, 1939 - Biography & Autobiography - 413 pages

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Contents

Introducing Jobs cycle
28
Treasured portrait
44
Introduction to exile
65
First taste of the New World
88
Those child transgressions
103
Vignettes of a private world
134
Selkirk interlude
151
False security
167
Again green pastures
295
Magic moonlight
302
Deep interval
308
Forced decision
312
The north once more
316
Trials of a job hunter
322
Readjustment and the righteous few
326
A kitchenview of society
332

New friends of novel fortune
182
Fresh misfortune
203
Solitary Christmas
213
The world enlarges
216
Meeting destiny
233
New worlds to conquer
241
Adolescent conditioning
256
Tales out of time
272
discover drama
280
Darker reason
289
The working world
342
And so farewell
352
Back to the Canadian scene
356
My prairie argosy
361
The face of virtue
369
settle in my own country
374
Homestead and boardinghouse
381
Birth of an author
395
So dreams come true
412
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