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My Antonia Audiobook

My Antonia

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Publisher's Summary

Antonia Shimerda, a Bohemian immigrant, learns of the joys and hardships of life as she and her family realize their dream in the Nebraska farmlands. Willa Cather called Antonia "a rich mine of life, like the founders of the early races."

Public Domain (P)2007 Audio Book Contractors, LLC

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    Charles M. Giesen 07-25-17 Member Since 2017
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    "love this little book"

    Nostalgic and sweet. Interesting to see the side of the immigrant and how they bless us

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    Magi Smith 07-02-17
    Magi Smith 07-02-17 Member Since 2016
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    "Beautiful Descriptions, No end"
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    I read this became son needed it for school. I really enjoyed the descriptions of the American West and the characters. Here's my question: what's the point? We never know exactly who the wife in the beginning of the story is, the one who didn't like Antonia.

    I waited the whole story, a and we never learn that.
    I guess the argument is that these wonderful, hard-working immigrant girls took over the prairie and became America- losing their teeth along the way.
    I don't know.


    0 of 1 people found this review helpful

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