Adult Nonfiction CT275.B57984 A3 2002
Summary: An astonishing literary debut: the true story of a remarkable woman's life in the contemporary American West. Judy Blunt learned early how to "rope and ride and jockey a John Deere . . . but also to bake bread and can vegetables and reserve my opinion when the men were talking." The lessons carried her through 36-hour blizzards, devastating prairie fires, and a period of extreme isolation that once threatened the life of her infant daughter. But though she strengthened her survival skills in what was -- and is -- essentially a man's world, Blunt's story is ultimately that of a woman who must redefine herself in order to stay in the place she loves.
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