Johanna's World

By: Andresen, Oystein Molstad

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Glenfield, New Zealand: HarperCollins, 2001. "In 1873 an extended family of poverty-stricken farmers from a remote Norwegian farm emigrated to New Zealand. Seventeen-year-old Johanna, and her lover Christian came from a tiny rock strewn farm in the forests of Skara, with dreams of a prosperous new life. Through Johanna's eyes we see the daunting reality of the Seventy-Mile-Bush. Ravaged by flood and a devastating fire which saw their first fifteen years of labour destroyed in a single day, Johanna and Christian battled on through years of depression, poverty and disease as their new land claimed four of their children. This translation is by Johan Bonnevie who met Johanna when she was ninety two, near the end of her long and eventful life." 280 pages with photo illustrations.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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