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He would have sworn he had told no one, but he had told his eldest son and he
had told his concubine in the night and he had told his wife last, coming to her,
indeed, perforce, to have her approval. He put the matter so well to her, too, that
So he waited and saved his money until the trusty man came, and he sold Wang
the Tiger's lands when he could do it prudently, and he put the money out at very
high interest, and if he turned the money over a time or two more than he told ...
He told himself doubtless they would have freedom later and he told himself that
there was no other way to go, for it was sure he had no freedom with his father,
and he had cast in his lot now with these others. Therefore he did his duty as it ...
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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