More Than Allies by Sandra Scofield

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"Ms. Scofield refuses to trivialize or sentimentalize domesticity. The burdens of parenthood are confronted head on. At the core of this novel is a deep-rooted belief in the nurturing ethos". -- New York Times

About Sandra Scofield

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Sandra Scofield's first novel, "Gringa," was nominated for the First Fiction Award given by the American Academy & Institute of Arts & Letters & was selected by the NEA/USIA for a 1990 New American Writing Award. Her second novel, "Beyond Deserving," was underwritten by a Creative Writing Fellowship from the National Endowment of the Arts, was hailed by critics around the country, & was a finalist for the 1991 National Book Awards. Sandra lives, & works, in southern Oregon.
Published September 1, 1993 by Permanent Pr Pub Co. 176 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Eventually, Maggie and Dulce find themselves linked in more supportive ways, and the two women help each other move forward--or at least move on toward Texas.

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Scofield's novel tells of the friendship between two women from broken families in rural Oregon.

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