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De plantage : roman

Lynn Austin (author), Roelof Posthuma (translator)
Na de Amerikaanse Burgeroorlog keren Josephine, haar moeder en zusje terug naar hun White Oak Plantage, waar ze het voortaan zonder slaven moeten stellen. Voor Josephine is dat nauwelijks een probleem, ze werkt zelfs mee op het land. Maar haar uit de oorlog teruggekeerde broer accepteert de nieuwe situatie niet. Hij doet niets op de plantage, maar achtervolgt wel 'de zwarten'. Uiteindelijk verande
Title
De plantage : roman
Author
Lynn Austin
Translator
Roelof Posthuma
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
All things new
Publisher
Utrecht: Voorhoeve, 2012
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ISBN
9789029720489
CloudLibrary
3kag1g9

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About Lynn Austin

Lynn Austin is the American author of many Christian fiction novels and holds the record for most Christy Awards won: eight. One of her books, Hidden Places was turned into a Hallmark Channel movie. She and her husband have three children and live in Holland, Michigan.

Background

Austin began her writing career as a reader. She did not like the feeling of hopelessness she was often left with and sought to write what she would want to read. "I agree that life is hard--but God is good!" With only a minor in English she sat down to write, and continued to write, while juggling in between raising her children and working part-time. Her family moved from Canada to Chicago, where she taught at Chicago Christian High School one year before beginning to write full-time and actively pursued getting published. It took eleven years from when she started writing to getting published.

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