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Sarah's Seasons: An Amish Diary and Conversation - Bur Oak Books (Paperback)
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Sarah's Seasons: An Amish Diary and Conversation - Bur Oak Books (Paperback)

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Paperback 196 Pages / Published: 31/08/2000
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This is the diary of Sarah Fisher, an Old Order Amish woman from Kalona, Iowa. Written throughout 1976 and 1977, it is an ongoing account of her seasonal routine, telling of a life where all tasks are undertaken without the conveniences of electricity, telephones or automobiles.

Publisher: University of Iowa Press
ISBN: 9780877457428
Number of pages: 196
Weight: 231 g
Dimensions: 180 x 139 x 12 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
""Sarah's Seasons "gives us insight into the life of an Old Order Amish woman--something rare and hard to come by. It also records the growing friendship between Martha Davis and Sarah Fisher and the juxtaposition of the author's life with her subjects."--Mary Swander, author of "Out of This World"


"A volume that chronicles the days of a family truly in touch with the human condition and the rhythms of nature. . . . A gem of a book."--"New Oxford Review

"A volume that chronicles the days of a family truly in touch with the human condition and the rhythms of nature. . . . A gem of a book."--"New Oxford Review
"Sarah's Seasons "gives us insight into the life of an Old Order Amish woman something rare and hard to come by. It also records the growing friendship between Martha Davis and Sarah Fisher and the juxtaposition of the author's life with her subjects. Mary Swander, author of "Out of This World"
"

A volume that chronicles the days of a family truly in touch with the human condition and the rhythms of nature. . . . A gem of a book. "New Oxford Review"
Sarah's Seasons gives us insight into the life of an Old Order Amish woman something rare and hard to come by. It also records the growing friendship between Martha Davis and Sarah Fisher and the juxtaposition of the author's life with her subjects. Mary Swander, author of Out of This World
"

A volume that chronicles the days of a family truly in touch with the human condition and the rhythms of nature. . . . A gem of a book. New Oxford Review"

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