Bound Like Grass: A Memoir from the Western High Plains

Bound Like Grass: A Memoir from the Western High Plains
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Earlier this haunting memory, Ruth McLaughlin returns to the location of his childhood residence in rural eastern Montana. Instead of the loved ones house, she found only ruins and blackened chimney. A fire took the old farm and eighty-seven years of poor luck memories. Amid the ruins, survives a lonely tree, reminding him of the obstinacy of her loved ones to survive the difficulties that included drought, hunger and mental illness. Bound as grass is the account of his own struggle McLaughlin loved ones to survive on their isolated and cultured wheat. With an acute observation, she explores her roots as a descendant of Swedish American grandparents who settled in Montana at the turn of the twentieth century with huge ambitions, and parents who have barely managed to earn a living on their own neighbors prose farm.In unvarnished McLaughlin reveals cost of land settlement as ruthless, emotional exhaustion and even a frugal life necessary Bound Like Grass: A Memoir from the Western High Plains

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