Ownself

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Publisher:
Harper & Row,
Pub. Date:
[1975]
Edition:
1st ed.
Language:
English
Description
A young girl growing up in a small Missouri town at the turn of the century tries to resolve the increasing conflict between her own predilection for fairies and magic and her father's strict Methodism.
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full_title ownself
author calhoun mary
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lastUpdate 2018-04-19 01:21:07AM

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subject_facet Fathers and daughters, Fathers and daughters -- Fiction, Fiction, Missouri, Missouri -- Fiction
title_display Ownself
title_full Ownself / by Mary Calhoun
title_short Ownself
topic_facet Fathers and daughters