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The Farm She Was: A Novel

by Ann Mohin

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"The Farm She Was is the story of a strong and resilient single woman, Irene Leahy. It also is a story about our relationship to the land, to animals, to nature, and to each other." "Author Ann Mohin, a farm-woman herself, writes poignantly and poetically of Irene's life and her battle to save the sheepfarm in upstate New York where she has lived since birth. Irene's story, slipping in and out of the past and present, is a story about rural life spanning most of this century. It is about an American era rapidly coming to a close."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved… (more)
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makes you want to go live rural in a big way (i live it in a small way now) ( )
  donkeytiara | Sep 5, 2010 |
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"The Farm She Was is the story of a strong and resilient single woman, Irene Leahy. It also is a story about our relationship to the land, to animals, to nature, and to each other." "Author Ann Mohin, a farm-woman herself, writes poignantly and poetically of Irene's life and her battle to save the sheepfarm in upstate New York where she has lived since birth. Irene's story, slipping in and out of the past and present, is a story about rural life spanning most of this century. It is about an American era rapidly coming to a close."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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