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You see why a woman must bear and bear." And then he said again, as though
he had just thought of it newly, "By this time tomorrow I may be grandfather to a
man child!" He began to laugh suddenly and he stopped his eating and sat ...
Where the fields of others bear good rice and wheat, ours bear weeds; where the
houses of others stand for a hundred years, the earth itself shakes under ours so
that the walls crack; where others bear men, I, although I conceive a son, will ...
Once she lay dead it seemed to Wang Lung that he could not bear to be near O-
lan, and he called his uncle's wife to wash the body for burial, and when it was
finished he would not go in again, but he allowed his uncle's wife and his eldest ...
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Review: The House of Earth (House of Earth #1-3)User Review - Cindy Behrens - Goodreads
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
Review: The House of Earth (Omnibus)User Review - YKW - Goodreads
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