Prairie Reunion
by Barbara J. Scot
University of Iowa Press, 2000
Paper: 978-0-87745-738-1
Library of Congress Classification F629.S39S36 2000
Dewey Decimal Classification 977.763

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“What do you think? You don't understand. You'll never know how much. ” Barbara Scot's memoir begins with a trunk full of memories and her mother's cryptic letters about a marriage unraveling. Like a mystery detective, the author searches for the truth, which takes her back to the scene of a tragedy—to the farm her family lost and the close-knit and secretive community she left behind. In uncovering the secrets of her family, Scot comes to understand her own failed marriage. 

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