Book summary: The Girl from the Marsh Croft


When I see a stream like this in the wilderness, he thought, "I am reminded of my own life. As persistent as this stream have I been in forcing my way past all that has obstructed my path. Father has been my rock ahead, and mother tried to hold me back and bury me between moss-tufts, but I stole past both of them and got out in the world. Hay-ho, hi, hi I think mother is still sitting at home and weeping for me. But what do I care She might have known that I should amount to something some day, instead of trying to oppose me "

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