Harvest of Bittersweet

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Beeler Large Print, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages
The joys and trials of rural living are celebrated in this collection of essays written by a longtime farm wife, travelling speaker, mother and active member of the community. Patricia Leimbach has journeyed to small towns throughout the country sharing her observations of everyday life at her family's farm, End o' Way, in Vermillion, Ohio. Harvest of bittersweet is structured over eight seasons of her life during middle age - a time when she became a grandmother and also lost a son.

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This latest collection of Leimbach's short essays on the everyday life of the American farm wife runs the gamut from machinery breakdowns to quilting bees. Each selection is suffused with a mixture of ... Read full review

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Beautiful collection of articles about life on an Ohio farm, and death of the author's son. Read full review


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