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Wandering Potatoes

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Wandering Potatoes by Margaret M Blanchard
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Wandering Potatoes focuses on life choices made by five women in an Irish-American family: Kate O Neill, who in 1839, marries, against her father s will, and emigrates to America; Brigid, daughter of Kate, who travels west in 1877 with her husband and children to witness the death of Crazy Horse; Eileen, Brigid s daughter, who in 1900 leaves an Oregon convent after ten years as a nun; Helen, Eileen s daughter, who sails in 1949 across an ocean with four children to join her husband; and Katie, daughter of Helen, who in 1969 turns her back on marriage to join political movements for civil and equal rights. Based on stories passed on from mother to daughter, this novel provides a people s history of Irish famine and immigration, the Civil War, the Indian Wars, women roles at the turn of the century, the Korean War, global expansion, the women s movement. Through these lives of adventurous women in one Irish-American family weave themes of oppression, discrimination, courage, compassion, integrity, the challenges of bridging differences and the contradictions of being both deprived and privileged, oppressed and oppressor, characteristic of American history.
Release date Australia
December 11th, 2002
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Imprint
iUniverse
Pages
316
Dimensions
152x229x18
ISBN-13
9780595261550
Product ID
1798970

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