A Life of Her Own by Emilie Carles
The Transformation of a Countrywoman in 20th-Century France

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First published in France in 1977, this autobiography vivifies the captivating Carles from her peasant origins in a tiny Alpine village through her work as a teacher, farmer, mother, feminist and political activist.
 

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Published June 1, 1992 by Penguin Books. 304 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel. Non-fiction

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First published in France in 1977, this autobiography vivifies the captivating Carles from her peasant origins in a tiny Alpine village through her work as a teacher, farmer, mother, feminist and political activist.

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Published in France in 1977 as Une Soupe aux Herbes Sauvages, this autobiography of a peasant woman reared in the stony insularity of a tiny Alpine village reveals the unfolding of a formidable person.

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