At times, I feel like pieces of four or five people. Three of the images resemble me, but all from different stages of my past... The fifth. Ah the fifth, he's the knower! He stands outside of me, looks on me from all angles like an all-knowing, all-seeing eye of God. He does not judge. I call him the Dream Fixer, for he reports to me in my dreams. And he's the only one I've cared to name. After spending time in the psych ward of a hospital, half-Cherokee Suesay Birdsong is able to escape a life seemingly without any hope---a life full of abuse---with the help of her beloved Grandma Birdsong and her uncle Otter, a brain-damaged POW. Follow Suesay as she recovers from her past and experiences dangerous and often hilarious misadventures as a migrant worker in the berry and cotton patches of eastern Oklahoma. The Skylark Must Fly is an enduring tribute to the human spirit that transcends all racial or other artificial barriers that divide people in the world today.
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|Size: ||1.1 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781630636289 (DRM-EPUB)|
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