Book Title: The Good Earth
Authors: Pearl S. Buck
Pearl S. Buck’s immortal work of art, the Pulitzer Prize-winning story of a rancher’s excursion through China during the 1920s
The Good Earth is Buck’s exemplary story of Wang Lung, a Chinese worker rancher, and his significant other, O-lan, a previous slave. With karma and difficult work, a few’s fortunes work on throughout the long term: They are honored with children and save consistently until one day they can bear to purchase property in the House of Wang—the very house where O-lan used to work. Yet, achievement carries with it another arrangement of issues. Wang before long observes himself to be the objective of desire, and as great harvests go back and forth, so does the social request. Will Wang’s family value the domain after he’s gone? What’s more, can his material achievement, the bedrock of his life, ensure anything about his spirit?
Champ of the Pulitzer Prize and the William Dean Howells Award, The Good Earth was an Oprah’s Book Club decision in 2004. A perusers’ top choice for ages, this incredible and perfectly composed tale resounds with widespread subjects of expectation and family solidarity.
This digital book includes a represented account of Pearl S. Buck including uncommon pictures from the creator’s bequest.