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For one thing, he saw that there was trouble at once between O-lan and Cuckoo.
This was an astonishment to him, for he was prepared for O-lan to hate Lotus,
having heard many times of such things, and some women will even hang ...
Then O-lan waited and when he did not speak, the hot, scanty tears welled slowly
into her eyes, and she winked them to hold back the tears, and at last she took
the corner of her blue apron and wiped her eyes and she said at last, "It is a bitter
When he went back into the room, O-lan still leaned her head upon her arm and
she said to him, "After I am dead that one nor her mistress neither is to come into
my room or touch my things, and if they do, I will send my spirit back for a curse.
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When I first read "The Good Earth" many years ago, I did not realize it was #1 of 3! This is a real treat to continue to follow the family of Wang Lung. Such lessons in values and morals. A very interesting read. Read full review
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After reading the first part of this wonderful work of Pearl S. Buck (the good earth) I thought you know what, I need to have this book and the other two as well. So I started looking for this version ... Read full review