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Remnants Of Glory

4.3 of 5 stars 4.30  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  3 reviews
In this novel, Teresa Miller creates one of the most winning heroines in American fiction. As teacher, mother, and humanitarian, Kate Dexter makes decisions that last a lifetime by relying on the only technology available to her -- the human heart. The acclaimed story of an Oklahoma pioneer woman who fights for what she believes in most. Life.
Paperback, 338 pages
Published by Hawk Publishing Group (first published 1981)
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Apr 14, 2009 Claudia rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: all readers
Recommended to Claudia by: Teresa! I'm so proud she's my friend
My friend Teresa has written a wonderful book that shows us what life was like in the new state of Oklahoma. Kate Harvey -- Dexter -- is a perfect heroine: passionate, smart, compassionate. She faces so many challenges in her life, she takes the blows that life inevitably sends our way. She learns the lessons her mother needed her to learn: bend a little or you'll break; life is work; a body's got to take what comes; there are no free lessons in this world. We meet Kate when she's 90 years old, ...more
This is lovely piece of historical fiction and I must say I was quite surprised because I didn’t expect this will be such a satisfying story (don’t know why).

The scene (history) of early 20th century Oklahoma is fantastic but the portraits of the characters are breathtaking. The story follows life of almost an entire century of Kate Dexter such a strong, brave woman [something not quite common in those days on the US south:] who survived all tragedies that stroke her. And those were such an enor
Kitty Tomlinson
One of my favorite books. Read it years ago and recommend it to people a lot.
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