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Author: Catherine Helen Spence
Autobiography of Catherine Helen Spence that includes her previously unpublished diary,along with some of her correspondence.
I am indifferent about this book. I read over half of it and became so bored I skimmed the remainder. I doubt I will ever go back and pick up the read from where I stopped.
It is an interesting book
I am fan of this book. its really touching and very close to teenagers.
In October of 1994, the author and a Korean American young lady go on a hike to Big Bradley Falls in the Blue Ridge Mountains (near Saluda, NC, USA). It is a ...
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The author recounts an auspicious hike in the Pisgah National Forest (NC, USA) on a cool day in April of 1998. A stream-side inscription casts a spell over th...
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A story about the first eight years of my life with schizophrenia. Homelessness, psychosis and so on. True story.
The author recalls some hairy incidents and particular customers on his newspaper route in east Charlotte in the late '70s. The ending is a graphic surprise. ...