Earth Walk

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PENTLAND Press, 2001 - Fiction - 160 pages
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With Earth Walk, Karen Hansen brings us the story of a woman who sacrificed herself and her life for love. Torn between her heritage and beliefs amidst a contemporary world, Nancy travels along the path of a thirty-year love affair and falls victim to the destructive nature of love. On a journey to uncover the mystery behind the disappearance of her co-worker and friend, Christine discovers the reasons for Nancy's loneliness and feelings of loss in the world. Nancy's story is told through her own journal and the discoveries made by Christine. Searching for her place in the world, Nancy becomes so enraptured in her love for a Navajo man that she loses sight of everything else in her life. As Christine becomes entangled in the memories of the sensual and passionate love affair, her investigations also lead her to an understanding and appreciation for the wisdom of the Navajo tribe. This insightful and provocative story offers reflections on life to maintain a balance between one's personal heritage and beliefs in a contemporary world.

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