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  • By Ron Samul
    Jul 16, 2009
    "Good Writing and a Really Good Story" Through a Glass is one of those rare memoirs that reads like a novel. The period covered is from 1930-today and gives you a mirror into another world. The author lived on the Navajo Reservation before it was forever changed by modern life. Her father, an Episcopal Missionary, tried to convert the Indians but the author respects their culture and takes many of their beliefs into her philosophy. She crosses the country alone in a train to attend boarding school where she learns more valuable life lessons. Her early marriage to an artist who studies under Grant Wood is changed when he enlists in the Navy during World War II. She lives in post war Japan and is present at the beginning of the Korean War. The author, Anita Waligurski, is an accomplished writer who brings alive all her myriad experiences sharing with the reader the tapestry of life in America during the 20th century. She has an insight into the military and the lifestyle of... More > the Navy wife who tries to raise a family in an uncertain world. Throughout the book she has scattered her amazing poetry which could easily stand on its own. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys good writing and a really good story. It is hard to believe you could jam all this living into one lifetime. - Mary Cahill< Less
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Product Details

Leap Off the Page Press
December 8, 2009
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
2.03 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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