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woman alone in the heart of Japan

by Gertrude Adams Fisher

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Published by L. C. Page & Company in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japan -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Gertrude Adams Fisher ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS810 .F5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 293 p.
    Number of Pages293
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23383511M
    LC Control Number06039433
    OCLC/WorldCa1331257

      Japan is one country you can't do alone—everyone said so. You can't read street signs; you might get lost for days. You can't read menus; you could starve unless you want to point all the time. And the people are formal, even cold, I'd heard. It didn't sound like much fun, running around lost and. Journalistic sketches, essays and personal notes form a biographical study of South African born Bessie Head's complex existence. Born in , the result of an illicit union between a black man and a white woman, Bessie spent her early years in South Africa, a period of exile in Botswana () and was a Botswana citizen before her death at the age of

    Japanese words for alone include 独り, 単身, 一人ぼっち, 独りぼっち, 一人者, 一人で, 人懐かしい and 単独で. Find more Japanese words at ! The heart of a Woman, is a book that takes its readers in my personal life journey, having been raised by a one special lady, my mother who chose to abandon everything in order to take care of my brother and I, who require full assistance because of the congenital physical disability in us. It is through these experiences that brought about the.

    A Word from the Author "Seasons of aloneness are inevitable in any woman's life—whether We're single or married. Through stories of women in the Bible and women today, through promises from God's Word and principles of godly living, this book will help you discover that doorway to a deeper intimacy with God the next time you find yourself in a desert of sorts. Buy a cheap copy of The Woman Alone. book by Patricia O'Brien. - 4th printing trade paperback as shown. Tight spine, clear pages, no writing, no tears, creases, light edgewear, smokefree. Original price $ Free shipping over $/5(2).


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