ELUDA I by Margarita Beard
a woman of faith

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A poignant tale of one woman's journey through plight and triumph Eluda: a woman of faith Set in Soufle, a small yet calm and beautiful town in Dominican Republic, this narrative revolves around a unique girl, Eluda. She grew up strong, like her two brothers and always had a cheerful aura emanating from her. After being separated from her mother however, her world turned upside down. She was forced to marry a man who owned vast lands, an older man who did not look at her as a wife, but as a slave. Since then, Eluda was no longer was the young person who had the opportunity to smile for it was impossible. One year passed after another, and although she was generally sad, Eluda was able to grasp a tinge of joy from managing every aspect of the farm. Later, she began every day with strength, confidence, and determination to live a conviction that, in the end, turned out triumphant. Gripping and well-written, Eluda: a woman of faith explores the depths of one's own minds, hearts, and souls. It is an account of hope, determination, and faith that will leave you inspired and grateful.
 

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Published May 9, 2011 by Xlibris. 409 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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