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The Keeper of the Bees (Library of Indiana Classics)by Gene Stratton-porter
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Broken in spirit and body, James Lewis MacFarland, a wounded veteran of World War I, decides to escape from the military hospital before he is sent to a hospital for tubercular patients. He sets out on a great adventure which takes him to the healing sun and ocean of California.
Book News Annotation:
A study of the art-thought of the three principle spokesmen for the traditionalist view in art production and criticism for the period from the 1870s to around 1950. This last Gene Stratton-Porter (1863-1924) novel is an ode to her adopted home, California, and its natural beauty. Porter was injured in an automobile accident and died before its first publication in 1925.
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Set in the author's adopted home of California in the 1920s, this is Gene Stratton-Porter's last novel, a story filled with wisdom, a love of nature, and her own abiding optimism. In it a Master Bee Keeper, his bees, and the natural beauty of California restore a wounded World War I veteran to health.
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