By Robert Dunkerly
By Patricia M. Sherman
By Susan Sanvidge,Diane Sanvidge Seckar,Jean Sanvidge Wouters,Julie Sanvidge Florence
“In the fifties, smooth Mixmasters have been changing rusty eggbeaters, and new pressure-cookers blew their tops in kitchens far and wide city. there have been young children all over the place, and new ‘ranch-style’ homes stuffed vacant plenty. . . . Turquoise Studebakers and dusty-rose Chevy BelAirs with flamboyant fins and plenty of chrome changed darkish pre-war automobiles. Cameras took colour snapshots rather than black-and-white. We wore pink canvas tennis footwear and lemon yellow shorts, and shiny blue popsicles melted down our chins.” —from the Introduction
By Aleshia Brevard
By Barbara Stephenson
By Taryn Voget
Taryn Voget by no means anticipated to promote every little thing she owned and cross touring for 2 years within the top of her occupation. lifestyles had one other plan for her. lifestyles desired to express her what the area seemed like while she depended on that it will look after her, realized to like herself, and redefined what good fortune seemed like.
This is a trip into the mysteries of the universe and the good unknown. It’s an opportunity for every people to determine the area via a brand new lens and create a considerably extra magical and satisfying existence … one basic, frightening, and life-giving belief fall at a time.
By Terry Baldwin
By Shobit Arya
By Richard Handley
In the previous, her popularity has suffered and her significance overlooked, with the biographers of Henry Lawson, her son, portray her as a clumsy, uncaring and sexually repressed wife.
Richard Handley’s That Mad Louisa has addressed that scenario highlighting her championing of women’s welfare and equality, her Australian patriotism, her inventiveness, publishing and journalistic characteristics and her charitable works.
There are a few mind-blowing revelations approximately Louisa and her kin: illegitimate young ones, tragic untimely deaths, police activities and courtroom lawsuits, drunkenness and violence, bouts of madness and committals to lunatic asylums, ready opposed to a history of 19th century values.
Richard Handley has positioned a persuasive case in a must-read e-book for Louisa Lawson to be famous because the most vital determine within the heritage of the feminist reason, a very impressive woman.
By Robert Thompson