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A memoir of a childhood homesteading in frontier Colorado: “A book from the heart . . . the stuff of the American dream” (The New York Times).

In this memoir of a lost America, Hal Borland tells the story of his family’s migration to eastern Colorado as homesteaders at the turn of the twentieth century. On an unsettled and unwelcoming prairie landscape, the Borlands build a house, plant crops, and eke out a meager existence. While life is difficult—and self-reliance is necessary with no neighbors for miles—the experience brings the family close and binds them closer to the terrible and beautiful natural patterns that govern their lives. Borland would grow up to study journalism and become an acclaimed nature writer, and it was these childhood years on the prairie that shaped the author’s heart and mind.

GÈNERE
Biografies i memòries
PUBLICACIÓ
2011
29 de novembre
IDIOMA
EN
Anglès
EXTENSIÓ
266
Pàgines
EDITORIAL
Open Road Media
VENUT PER
OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
MIDA
2,4
MB

Més llibres de: Hal Borland