1928. The Mother is an unusual book, both in its story and its
setting in a remote Sardinian hill village, half civilized and
superstitious. But the chief interest lies in the psychological
study of the two chief characters, and the action of the story
takes place so rapidly (all within the space of two days) and the
actual drama is so interwoven with the mental conflict, and all so
forced by circumstances, that it is almost Greek in its simple and
inevitable tragedy. The book is written without offense to any
creed or opinions, and touches on no questions of either doctrine
or Church government. It is jut a human problem, the result of
primitive human nature against man-made laws it cannot understand.
Cherokee Publishing Company (GA)
|Country of origin:
Mary G. Steegmann
||224 x 150 x 23mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Unsewn / adhesive bound / Paper over boards
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