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Eula [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

E. C. Mantz

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30. Juli 2007
From small town Virginia to San Francisco to Dickensian orphanage, E. C. Mantz traces the path of her past in this intrepid memoir. By the time she was sixteen, Eula Cress had lived the kind of life movies are made of. She hitchhiked across the country, survived the abuse of an increasingly unstable mother, and ran away from a stifling girls' home. Despite the complexity, Mantz's simple, colloquial style transcends the incredible, if not fantastic, events of her life. More than just a personal memoir, Eula acts as a window into the little known history of the poverty-stricken women who grew up in Appalachia during the Depression, World War II, and the lead up to the Korean War. This book chronicles a young girl's struggle to survive years of poverty and abandonment that later make hers the perfect voice to represent a forgotten past and an overlooked minority.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Eula...the way things were back when. 22. April 2012
Von william c. gordon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book, EULA, portrays the way life was for many people during the 1930`s and even into the 1940`s in this area of Virginia, and perhaps other places as well. I was raised in the next town north of Atkins and can relate to Eula`s story.
5.0 von 5 Sternen True story of hardships growing up 9. Juli 2009
Von Charmon O. Goode - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I purchased this book because as a child I knew Eula and spent many nights at her house. I remember her sitting in her office typing stories from her past and was very interested in her life. As an adult it took me a long time to find this book, as it was originally published under anther title. When I started reading this book I could not put it down. You always hear of someone having a rough life or think yours was not so great but this book will make you realize there are others out there that have experienced far worst things than you. It AMAZES me how she has made it to the age of 78 based on her life experiences. I STRONGLY recommend this book as well as her two others, Appalachian Mountains Amazing Stories and The Red Headed Hobo, to anyone who likes non-fiction books and find life in the early 1900's interesting.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen questionable 8. Juli 2008
Von Betty S. Bishop - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
It would be nice if it were true. She can't even remember the year of her own mother's death. Eula is my dad's sister and since I was born in 1965, I can assure you that her mother was quite alive until at least 1969 because she lived with us and was my babysitter. As for the other stories, my dad never took us to see her, even though we visited his other sister and his brother's widow. We lived in the same county and my only memory of this woman was after my dad's funeral! It was said that she had a few screws loose.

After she wrote the first book, same contents, different title, my sisters and I sat down with our grandmother's siblings who discredited everything she wrote and who said they were quite disappointed with Eula.

It would be a nice piece of history if it were true...
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