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The Farmer’S Son
Author: Doster Fitzgerald
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1543458890
Pages: 240
Year: 2017-10-16
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This is an epic novel. The Midwest has turmoil. A woman is raped. A wagon train is formed, and they venture to the southeast. A mixed child is born on the way. He is adopted by a segregationist, Norman Barnes, the leader. Many adventures occur on train. They arrive in Georgia, and set up a farm. It is a farmer community. Many changes occur. The mixed child is raised as white. Five generations are included. White and black are partners. Generations live and die. Ray, the fifth generation, plays football for Georgia and plays Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.
The Mediterranean Farmer's Son's Diet
Author: Abdallah Taha, M.d.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1436349346
Pages: 426
Year: 2008-11-01
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Black Farmers in America
Author: John Francis Ficara
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813128684
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The Farmer's Son
Author: Gail Hauser
Publisher: Silver Publishing
ISBN: 1484018516
Pages: 322
Year: 2013-04-06
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All Wade Reed wanted to do was make it to his brother, Cole's parole hearing at Corcoran State Prison. But the forty year old environmental planner from LA, never made it. With a bad navigation system and the infamous Tule fog, Wade ended up on a road to nowhere, his BMW stuck in the mud. His gas tank running low, no phone reception, Wade couldn't think of a worse scenario. Until...headlights appeared through the gloom. Twenty-two year old Ayden Solomon worked with his three brothers and father on the almond orchard in the Great Central Valley. Ayden, being the youngest, and prettiest, was constantly the source of amusement for his brothers' teasing and put up with it, but grew weary of the bullying. At night, when he was alone in his room, Ayden drew superhero comics, a dynamic duo who he imagined would save the world from bullies...bullies who attacked men like him. Gay men. After unsuccessfully trying to pull Wade's car out of the ditch, and getting himself stuck as well, the two strangers spend the night in Ayden's truck, keeping warm, talking, bonding, and sharing things with each other; personal things. Ayden and Wade, although had nothing in common, got to know each other on a very deep level in the eight hours they were sitting in the dense fog, alone and completely isolated. What had begun as a frustrating trip for Wade, had turned into a gay erotic fantasy with a young stud. But neither man could imagine what would come next, when the city slicker met...The Farmer's Son.
Queen Sugar
Author: Natalie Baszile
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698151542
Pages: 384
Year: 2014-02-06
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The inspiration for the acclaimed OWN TV series produced by Oprah Winfrey and Ava DuVernay, returning for season two on June 20th “Smart and heartfelt and highly recommended.” —Karen Joy Fowler, author of The Jane Austen Book Club Readers, booksellers, and critics alike are embracing Queen Sugar and cheering for its heroine, Charley Bordelon, an African American woman and single mother struggling to build a new life amid the complexities of the contemporary South. When Charley unexpectedly inherits eight hundred acres of sugarcane land, she and her eleven-year-old daughter say goodbye to smoggy Los Angeles and head to Louisiana. She soon learns, however, that cane farming is always going to be a white man’s business. As the sweltering summer unfolds, Charley struggles to balance the overwhelming challenges of a farm in decline with the demands of family and the startling desires of her own heart.
The Eventful Life of a Dutch Farmer's Son
Author: Joseph Laarhuis
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1425127932
Pages: 148
Year: 2011-04-11
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A courageous and inspiring story of a man who survived the Tyranny of the German S.S. during WWII. Captured by the German SS, spent 1 years of confinement in camps, liberated in 1945. During confinement they were starved, beaten, humiliated and required to work long hours. As was typical of these camps they were held in lines for inspection and counting twice a day and these inspection sessions could last for hours and all the while being exposed to harsh weather. The treatment of the prisoners was so extreme that many of them wanted to die rather than go on and often they would ask to be shot. Specific ways Joe was able to resist the forces that were designed to ultimately crush him were; possessing a faith in God, he said to one of the guards: you can kill my body but you will never get my spirit, supporting each other in a small secret group prevented isolation and empowered people in the face of adversity and oppression, giving hope to others so they would not give up helped give him hope too. Joes stories can mentor others on how to increase chances of survival in extreme situations.
The Country Doctor's Son
Author: June O'Donal
Publisher:
ISBN: 1985154110
Pages: 34
Year: 2018-03-23
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Travel with ten-year-old Edwin and his father Dr. Remick as they make house calls by horse and buggy. The pair treats patients as they journey through Tamworth, New Hampshire in 1913. Written by the author of the Fryeburg Chronicles series and Museum Educator June O'Donal.
The Arrowing of the Cane
Author: John Conyngham
Publisher: Touchstone
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Pages: 154
Year: 1989-01-01
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A series of fires on his South African sugar plantation and the discovery of an ancestor's Boer War diary force James Colville to face the disturbing contradictions of his privileged life and his liberal attitudes
Dirty Chick
Author: Antonia Murphy
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698186311
Pages: 256
Year: 2015-01-22
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“One month into our stay, we’d managed to dispatch most of our charges. We executed the chickens. One of the cats disappeared, clearly disgusted with our urban ways. And Lucky [the cow] was escaping almost daily. It seemed we didn’t have much of a talent for farming. And we still had eleven months to go.” Antonia Murphy, you might say, is an unlikely farmer. Born and bred in San Francisco, she spent much of her life as a liberal urban cliché, and her interactions with the animal kingdom rarely extended past dinner. But then she became a mother. And when her eldest son was born with a rare, mysterious genetic condition, she and her husband, Peter, decided it was time to slow down and find a supportive community. So the Murphys moved to Purua, New Zealand—a rural area where most residents maintained private farms, complete with chickens, goats, and (this being New Zealand) sheep. The result was a comic disaster, and when one day their son had a medical crisis, it was also a little bit terrifying. Dirty Chick chronicles Antonia’s first year of life as an artisan farmer. Having bought into the myth that farming is a peaceful, fulfilling endeavor that allows one to commune with nature and live the way humans were meant to live, Antonia soon realized that the reality is far dirtier and way more disgusting than she ever imagined. Among the things she learned the hard way: Cows are prone to a number of serious bowel ailments, goat mating involves an astounding amount of urine, and roosters are complete and unredeemable assholes. But for all its traumas, Antonia quickly embraced farm life, getting drunk on homemade wine (it doesn’t cause hangovers!), making cheese (except for the cat hair, it’s a tremendously satisfying hobby), and raising a baby lamb (which was addictively cute until it grew into a sheep). Along the way, she met locals as colorful as the New Zealand countryside, including a seasoned farmer who took a dim view of Antonia’s novice attempts, a Maori man so handy he could survive a zombie apocalypse, and a woman proficient in sculpting alpaca heads made from their own wool.' Part family drama, part cultural study, and part cautionary tale, Dirty Chick will leave you laughing, cringing, and rooting for an unconventional heroine.
Farmer Boy
Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0060885386
Pages: 384
Year: 2007-01-01
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At the end of the nineteenth century, nine-year-old Almanzo lives with his family on a big farm in New York State where he raises his own two calves, helps cut ice and shear sheep, and longs for the day he can have his own colt.
Fred Archer, Farmer's Son
Author: Fred Archer
Publisher: Pan
ISBN: 0330291998
Pages: 214
Year: 1986-01-01
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Sugar
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Year: 1910
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The Rest on the Flight
Author: Peter Porter
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 033053727X
Pages: 240
Year: 2010-11-23
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Satirist, philosopher, elegist, aphorist, cultural historian – Peter Porter is perhaps too singular a talent to be described as ‘representative’ of the age: an Australian whose easy familiarity with the breadth of European culture puts most Europeans to shame, he has long held the reputation of one of our most intellectually promiscuous and culturally sophisticated writers. Porter uses the poem as a means through which a thought can be pursued; this selection from fifty years’ work allows us the first opportunity to fully survey the quality and breadth of that thought, and the unfailing intensity of its light. In short, his Selected Poems is a one-volume education: Porter’s subtle and profound sense of history permits him to read any event as a point in a dynamic space where the forces of time and culture converge. From these coordinates, he gives perspective, direction and bearing to our contemporary life, and allows us to read the pattern of our ideas, art and loves on the map of an ancient terrain. That he has done all this with such immense good humour and human compassion is one of the literary miracles of our time.
The Jack Bank
Author: Glen Retief
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1429960086
Pages: 288
Year: 2011-04-12
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An extraordinary, literary memoir from a gay white South African, coming of age at the end of apartheid in the late 1970s. Glen Retief's childhood was at once recognizably ordinary--and brutally unusual. Raised in the middle of a game preserve where his father worked, Retief's warm nuclear family was a preserve of its own, against chaotic forces just outside its borders: a childhood friend whose uncle led a death squad, while his cultured grandfather quoted Shakespeare at barbecues and abused Glen's sister in an antique-filled, tobacco-scented living room. But it was when Retief was sent to boarding school, that he was truly exposed to human cruelty and frailty. When the prefects were caught torturing younger boys, they invented "the jack bank," where underclassmen could save beatings, earn interest on their deposits, and draw on them later to atone for their supposed infractions. Retief writes movingly of the complicated emotions and politics in this punitive all-male world, and of how he navigated them, even as he began to realize that his sexuality was different than his peers'.
The New-England Farmer
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Year: 1858
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