The Bean Trees
A NovelBook - 1998
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A young woman believes herself to be foot-loose and fancy free, only to discover a non-returnable toddler in her car.
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Saddness is more or less like a head cold- with patience, it passes. Depression is like cancer
"You from out of town?" he asked after a while, eyeing my car. "No," I said. "I go to Kentucky every year to get my license plate."