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Loved how she observed nature without having to control it....except the cows, of course.Published 15 days ago by mary muczynski
In this memoir author Annie Proulx speaks of what it means to build a home. She begins with an almost unlikely tale in which she and her sister are delayed by a very weird... Read morePublished 25 days ago by RNJ
i would title this book: the hopper.
as in, "throw it in the hopper."
it is a collection of writing scraps and outtakes. Read more
I should have read a review before I bought. I just assumed it was a novel and as I love her books, I made no investigation into the content at all. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like Proulx and I've read everything she's written. This was good but coming from Proulx I was disappointed. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
I usually do not care for her style, but Annie Proulx did a faine job on Bird Cloud. I enjoyed it, even though she was foolish enough to leave Wyoming.Published 15 months ago by Adele M. Klima
True to her form and more, Ms. Proulx Bird Cloud was great reading prose. A bit of a wonder, though, why she bought the property in the first place.Published 15 months ago by kwj