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By: Armstrong, Karen
Publisher: New York, Alfred A. Knopf: 2004
Seller ID: 2061
Armstrong’s struggle against despair was further fueled by a string of discouragements—failed spirituality, doctorate, and jobs; fruitless dealings with psychiatrists. Finally, in 1976, she was diagnosed with epilepsy, given prop...
By: Pauley, Jane
Publisher: New York, Random House: 2004
Seller ID: 1652
Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket
By: St. John, Warren
Publisher: Spiegel & Grau: 2010
Seller ID: 982
Condition: As New
Clarkston, Georgia, was a typical Southern town until it was designated a refugee settlement center in the 1990s, becoming the first American home for scores of families in flight from the world’s war zones—from Liberia and Sudan to Iraq and Afghanistan. Suddenly Clarkston’s streets were filled with women wearing the hijab, the smells of cumin and curry, and kids of all colors playing soccer in any open space they could find. The town also became home to Luma Mufleh, an American-educ...
Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin: 1988.
Seller ID: 1192
Condition: Very Good
"Peopled with the kinds of characters most novelists only dream of" (Christian Science Monitor) , this classic account of American frontier living captures the rambunctious spirit of a pioneer who set out in 1909 to prove that a woman could ranch. Stewart's captivating missives from her homestead in Wyoming bring to full life the beauty, isolation, and joys of working the prairie.