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The Good Earth--Pearl S. Buck

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So I couldn’t write a blog on the Good Earth and I finished reading the book a few days ago. Today, I finished reading the Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende which I will be writing a blog about it soon. 399 more words

“Pretense” by Pearl S. Buck

The American writer, Pearl S. Buck, is less known for her poetry than her epic Far Eastern novels. I am lucky to have found a small collection of her poems, “Words of Love” published in 1974. 142 more words


“Many people lose the small joys in the hope for the big happiness.” – Pearl S. Buck

Quote Of The Day

“Every great mistake has a halfway moment, a split second when it can be recalled and perhaps remedied.”

—Pearl S. Buck.

Thought For Today

Cryptoquote Spoiler - 03/31/18

“Inside myself is a place where I live all alone and that is where you renew your springs that never dry up.”   —   Pearl S. Buck… 55 more words


History: Women's History Month - Women Who Inspire Me #2018 Part 1 of 3

I wanted to put together a blog of the various women I noted on my Facebook page as inspirational (to me).  So next year, when I do this same exercise, I can look back to one location and not duplicate the people I have already mentioned.  1,112 more words

History - Science - Documentaries

The Good Earth - Review by Maggie Megosh

Maggie is the rare repeat-review-customer, and I’m thrilled to welcome her back. She is still a darling and smart as a whip. The Good Earth is being read in her English class (I teach a literature course — yes, English and Lit. 396 more words

Historical Fiction