|Title:||Peace River Country|
|Publisher:||Doubleday & Company, Inc.|
|Tags:||Canada, fiction, Prairies|
The effects of "taking up with strangers" is reflected in the stay of Harold and Kally Sondern and their mother in Elevator, Saskatchewan, Canada. They have come here from the towns of Dobie and Regina, making their way until Chris Sondern, their father, proves he can be cured of his chronic alcoholism and go with them to Peace River country. . . . Nomads of the late '30's, the Sonderns' small struggles are pathetic and gallant, sorry and funny, dogged and loving, in which defeat is never admitted. - excerpted from Kirkus Review. [Suggest a different description.]
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