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About two years ago I started rereading the Little House books. It started as a whim after visiting Minnesota and driving by one of the places where Laura Ingalls used to live. I had read these books with my mother when I was a child, and I grew up with the popular TV show based on the series, so there was a hefty dose of nostalgia whenever I reread one of the books.
Now that nostalgia has become even more powerful, because book seven, Little Town on the Prairie, was the first one that I read alo
it was amazing
How would you like to work in town, Laura?
When Mary lost her sight, she lost all hope of continuing her education. A kindly reverend tells the Ingalls family of a college for the blind. It goes without question that Mary will attend the seven years of school.
Now, the Ingalls family desperately needs money to cover school costs for Mary. Laura takes up work in town – sewing buttons of all things. While she hates it, she wants Mary to go to college far mor. The Ingalls family’s crops are set upo
I kind of don’t know how to deal with the casual racism in these books. The minstrel show in the chapter “The Madcap Days” appals me as an adult. As a child, living in Jamaica, sharing homes with Jamaican families and running in a pack with Jamaican kids, I actually didn’t know what the “darkies” of this chapter were supposed to be. Clearly they were men making music and singing, their faces disguised with black polish. I neither knew nor would have understood what they were supposed to be. They