Author: Velma Wallis
Publisher: lee spring
Hardcover | 176 | 128 * 188mm (B6) | 300g
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About This Book
A very special Alaskan Indian story about the growth of the elderly. The Alaska Atabaskan writer, V. Wallace, published a legendary story of the Alaskan Indian that her mother gave her daughters for generations, with a title of Two Old Women.
The book reader, Bermar Wallis, did not always leave his books in his hands and was engaged in writing. At the same time, he learned the traditional hunting and trapping skills learned from his tribe. The artist was proud of her identity as her mother. The history of these writers depicts the life skills of the Arctic people that can not be seen in other novels.
In order to overcome the crisis of starvation when a winter famine strikes, the head of the Alaska tribal tribe decides to leave two elderly people in custody. Two old ladies who always sat on the table and always ate the food were left alone in the ice field where the blizzard rattled. Two old ladies cry tears of helplessness and betrayal as they look back on the past that lived hard for the community.
The consensus of a well-run society that needs to care for a weak elderly person is broken in front of their survival, and even the kin do not protest the leader's decision. Everyone is silent. "It's been a pain for two old ladies who are constantly sick here, complaining that they pick it up, and always sticking their canes to show that they are old and weak," and planning to finish the rest of their lives in peace.
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