The Corn Grows Ripe Quotes

Dorothy Rhoads
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"From the bush came life—corn, animals, healing herbs, wells with water." The Family, p. 16

"The bush belonged to gods, not to man." The Milpa, p. 21

"He is always ready to begin things. He must learn to finish them as well." Trouble, p. 28

"I will make our cornfield. I will finish bushing. I will burn." Bushing Milpa, p. 37

"But an almost inherited ability for learning persists in a few." Study, p. 44

"Great joy filled Tigre. All through the bush, he thought, men are burning as I am burning." Burning Milpa, p. 52

"It was now easier for him to stick to unpleasant things." The Fiesta, p. 58

"Weather was assisting man." Planting, p. 64

"He who does a man's work should have a man's weapons as well." The Hetz Mek, p. 70

"The rain will come." Drought, p. 75

"And in the heart, in the soul, of every man was the silent...

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