An account of the sorrow and the spiritual rewards the author experienced as the mother of a retarded child
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"...Buck turned away from fiction for this heartfelt 1950 volume about her mentally retarded daughter. The volume broke the taboo against raising the subject in public and laid the groundwork for the literature on the disabled that followed." --Library JournalAbout the Author:
Pearl S. Buck (1892–1973) was a bestselling and Nobel Prize–winning author. Her classic novel The Good Earth (1931) was awarded a Pulitzer Prize and William Dean Howells Medal. Born in Hillsboro, West Virginia, Buck was the daughter of missionaries and spent much of the first half of her life in China, where many of her books are set. In 1934, civil unrest in China forced Buck back to the United States. Throughout her life she worked in support of civil and women’s rights, and established Welcome House, the first international, interracial adoption agency. In addition to her highly acclaimed novels, Buck wrote two memoirs and biographies of both of her parents. For her body of work, Buck received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938, the first American woman to have done so. She died in Vermont.
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