Louis Hémon

Maria Chapdelaine

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  • Aseriaahas quoted8 years ago
    Mother Chapdelaine took up her questioning:—"And so you sold the farm when your father died?"
    "Yes, I sold everything. I was never a very good hand at farming, you know. Working in the shanties, trapping, making a little money from time to time as a guide or in trade with the Indians, that is the life for me; but to scratch away at the same fields from one year's end to another, and stay there forever, I would not have been able to stick to that all my life; I would have felt like a cow tethered to a stake."
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