4 edition of The woman who lives in the earth found in the catalog.
The woman who lives in the earth
Originally published: Hull : Stone Creek Press, 1993.
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In THE WOMAN WHO LIVES IN THE EARTH, the author, Swain Wolfe, created a vivid and captivating story that much like a plowshare, tills the heart and soul, turning laden thoughts and feelings over—and over again—so they can enjoy fresh air, sunshine, and room for growth/5.
The Woman Who The woman who lives in the earth book in the Earth: A Novel by Swain Wolfe. Recommended. Originally self-published, The Woman Who Lives in the Earth is the type of work that likely would not have been published otherwise, as it is odd and lacks in popular or market appeal/5(6). The Woman Who Lives in the Earth is a timeless story of a young girl who uses the hidden forms and patterns of the natural world to transform herself as well as her enemies.
This tale about overcoming fear and hatred takes place in a time before modern machines or long after their fall. The Woman Who Lives in the Earth by Swain Wolfe and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Woman Who Lives in the Earth by Wolfe, Swain - AbeBooks.
Get this from a library. The woman who lives in the earth. [Swain Wolfe] -- In ancient times, Sarah, a farmer's daughter with magical powers is blamed by the community for a drought. Voices are raised that only by killing her will the drought end. Now Sarah must find a way. In a strange world in which modern machines have no place, young Sarah's fascination with the mysteries of nature makes her the target of local suspicion on the part of superstitious villagers who believe that she is an evil demon and the cause of the severe drought ravaging the land.
Reader's Guide available. Reprint. 15, first printing. Montana filmmaker Wolfe debuts with a wondrously mythicized short first novel breathing Jungian archetypes and ringing with marvels. Not much helps the reader come to grips with what happens beneath the level of conscious artifice here, with a plot that's intentionally supra-rational, prose like night air, and characters running about in fantastical Boschian animal masks to ward off : Swain Wolfe.
L'enfant penchée, the main character in François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters' comic book, lives on our Earth, but comes from a parallel universe. She is attached to this other universe's gravitational pull and therefore stands inclined. The Woman Who Lives in the Earth Swain Wolfe Buy this book Sarah attracts the attention of a mysterious person known as the Lizard Woman, in whom Sarah strikes a visceral, irrational fear.
The Good Earth is a novel by Pearl S. Buck published in that dramatizes family life in a Chinese village in the early 20th century. It is the first book in a trilogy with Sons () and A House Divided ().
It was the best-selling novel in the United States in both andwon the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction inand was influential in Buck's winning the Nobel Prize for Author: Pearl S.
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"Sarah is pursued by the Lizard Woman, the embodiment of the villagers' fear and superstition. With her allies, Kreel, Greyling Eyes, and Henkel - a treacherous triumvirate of authority, terror, and record keeping - the Lizard Woman incites the villagers to burn the /5.
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