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But on the way home while her lips called answer back to those who called to her
as she passed, she thought of something. When she reached the house she went
in and went to that cranny and felt in it. It was empty. Well she knew there had ...
Sometimes, since he was still nearly toothless, she chewed up rice or a cake for
him and thrust the food into his little lips from hers, and when he sucked it
solemnly, surprised at what he felt in his mouth suddenly, she laughed, but she
did not ...
When he had finished his writing he said to her smiling and smoothing his lip, "If
you have time, show me that other field of yours that stands in barley, for I ever do
forget which is yours and which your cousin's." "Mine is there around the hill," ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ValerieLavash - LibraryThing
I thought this book was ok. It starts slow but as it continued I started to get more into it. It is interesting to see the struggles of a mother living in China back a long time ago. It is simply but powerfully written. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - arelenriel - LibraryThing
Pearl S Buck is an excellent writer. I have always loved her books. This is even better than The Good Earth. Read full review