Sunday, September 2, 2012


Sandra Dallas loves almost everything that farm life has to offer, except drudgery, rapid physical deterioration and impoverishment. Both those negative aspects and the positive ones of peacefulness, closeness and emotional satisfaction make up the background for this book.

The internment of Japanese-Americans was both a necessity and a disgrace. Dallas revives both aspects in her fictitious internment camp named “Tallgrass.”

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