3 edition of The woman who was changed, and other stories found in the catalog.
The woman who was changed, and other stories
Pearl S. Buck
This collection originally published: New York : Cromwell,1979.
|Statement||(by) Pearl S. Buck.|
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|Number of Pages||178|
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People with learning disorders have long been told that such difficulties are a lifelong condition/5(). The Woman Who Was Changed and Other Stories book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Six short stories and one novella center 4/5. Nine hundred women are listed on a timeline with a picture of a woman or an artifact that represents the woman or event.
It is a beautiful book. The authors have thoughtfully provided both an alphabetical index and an index by profession. An excellent book for a gift for girls and boys and any adult who has an interest in history/5(49).
A great book about some of the women who contributed greatly to the history of the world. Some are well-known, while others are finally getting their due. While not in-depth, one gets an overall picture of each woman presented.
All students of history - particularly girls and women - should check this book out!/5(19). I'll get to the title story in a minute, but I found the other short stories - which were all about a woman and other stories book presented with a choice (usually in the form of a man) very reada I was vaguely interested in her most famous story, The Yellow Wallpaper, so when this collection was an Audible deal of the day, I went ahead and downloaded it.4/5(K).
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All about Reviews: The woman who was changed and other stories by Pearl S. Buck. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers4/5(1). Women’s history is a one of my greatest passions and sharing the lives and true stories of strong, amazing, brave women with my children is essential.
Both young girls and young boys must hear these stories and dive into the lives of these remarkable women who changed the world. All our book lists contain affiliate links. Books shelved as short-stories: Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri, Tenth of December by George Saunders, Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Mari.
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