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The woman and the child were as brown as the soil and they sat there like figures
made of earth. There was the dust of the fields upon the woman's hair and upon
the child's soft black head. But out of the woman's great brown breast the milk ...
The small cash — the copper coin you throw away — feed a starving child!" The
little boys stared at her, and Wang Lung also. Where had she learned to cry thus?
How much there was of this woman he did not know! She answered his look ...
But one of the two was a child, a tall child, and she came running to him and
came near and peered at him, and he saw her two eyes, very large and black
and eager, and he heard this child call out in a low fervent voice, "It is he — here
he is ...
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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