Blowing Feathers

eBook (PDF), 263 Pages
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Blowing feathers is a New Zealand woman's twentieth century tale of passion. Three times an immigrant, Karen Y. Hansen endeavors to assume her destiny. After her death, hundreds of bits of paper revealing her discoveries, hardships, heartbreaks and achievements were found scattered about her home. Her daughter Jo Ann has shaped them into memoir, a legacy to that generation of women who balanced between the feminine past and future.
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  • By Jo Ann Hansen Rasch
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Blowing Feathers by Jo Ann Hansen Rasch" I have laughed and been moved to tears, as I flit from Christchurch to Kansas City, from Canada to America, from Takapuna to Lutry and beyond. I love Karen's honesty, understand her love of gardening, her feeling for birds and animals in her garden (even when they turn out to be hippies), adore her instinctive indignation at the uncreative, the destroyers of the earth, of culture, of decency, her enthusiastic denunciation of politicians and their works, her wild generalizations of national traits as she travels, her erratic attitude to parenthood. I am continually enthralled. It is fascinating and very moving reading. Simon Penny, Switzerland
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September 29, 2011
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