Annas Song Barbara Wright Jones

ISBN: 9781466302464

Published: September 1st 2011

Paperback

298 pages


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Annas Song  by  Barbara Wright Jones

Annas Song by Barbara Wright Jones
September 1st 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 298 pages | ISBN: 9781466302464 | 5.17 Mb

ANNA EBBESSEN grew up in a soddy her father homesteaded after the 1893 Cherokee Strip land-run. At barely seventeen, her mother insists that she leave home to seek a better life. Anna feels guilty about leaving her mother with her abusive, drunkenMoreANNA EBBESSEN grew up in a soddy her father homesteaded after the 1893 Cherokee Strip land-run. At barely seventeen, her mother insists that she leave home to seek a better life. Anna feels guilty about leaving her mother with her abusive, drunken father, but when given the opportunity to work as a hired girl for the Muellers, she decides to go even though it is many miles from her home.

The Muellers modern farm has many conveniences and their lifestyle is vastly different from what Anna has experienced. In their home for the first time she hears the Bible read, she learns about salvation and what a happy family should be. While living there she meets JOHN DAVIS, an entirely satisfactory man, only to learn that her mother has been put in a mental hospital, and she is expected to return home as her fathers caregiver.

She is faced with a choice, accept her responsibility and face her fathers abuse and hostility, or stay and have a chance to fulfill her dreams.



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