The Wife Takes a Farmer—a tale of people I most enjoy in fiction, ordinary folks dealing with the joys, sorrows, mishaps and intrigues of daily life. In The Wife Takes a Farmer, Mary Popham captures the lives of rural Kentuckians in the early years of the Twentieth Century. She gathers the language, the dialect, the fashions, the homes, landscapes, and relationships and preserves them for future generations. This novel is a collection of verbal snapshots, people and culture that would be lost were it not for writers like Popham. The story—both warm and conflicted—falls in the category of historical fiction. Yet, the history never gets in the way of the story. The Wife Takes a Farmer is a most satisfying read.
The Wife Takes a Farmer
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