Consider This, Senora

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    Consider This, Senora MOBI ☆ Consider This, ePUB read Consider This, Seora until recently when it caught my eye at the library I enjoyed this book set in rural Mexico in the mids It hit me as a series of interrelated stories This worked for me My favorite character was Widow Bowles, but Harriet Doerr gave each primary character a distinct personality She clearly knew Mexico of the Consider This, Senora by Harriett Doerr Goodreads Consider This, Senora book Readreviews from the world s largest community for readers Consider This, Senora EW Consider This, Senora By Lisa Schwarzbaum Updated September ,at AM EDT Consider This, Seora Mexico Culture Arts Consider This, Seora By Harriet Doerr Harcourt Brace paperback,Available frombooks Paperback."/>
  • Paperback
  • Consider This, Senora
  • Harriett Doerr
  • 27 May 2019
  • 5557104666

10 thoughts on “Consider This, Senora

  1. says:

    A truly fascinating readmany stories inside a story.

  2. says:

    Doer reminds me somewhat of Wallace Stegner Loved the descriptions of the land.

  3. says:

    The romanticism of Mexico was a little annoying at times, though to her credit there was a character in the story who did that and became a figure of ridicule for it Apart from that, lush imagery, a page turner of a story, characters that became close personal friends, a few good laughs and a couple of really fine cryings, one in the chapter entitled Exit the Widow very much the place my own mother was in at the time I was reading it, in too much pain to make a graceful exit but determined to The romanticism of Mexico was a little annoying at times, though to her credit there was a character in the story who did that and became a figure of ridicule for it Apart from that, lush imagery, a page turner of a story, characters that became close personal friends, a few good laughs and a couple of really fine cryings, one in the chapter entitled Exit the Widow very much the place my own mother was in at the time I was reading it, in too much pain to make a graceful exit but determined to carry it off

  4. says:

    This was a wonderful book I loved the relationship between husband and wife I love the description of the land, and I love their connection to the small mexican town I believe this book was part autobiographical, which always makes it fun and interesting.

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