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Pulitzer Prize winner Hamlin Garland, telling of his experiences growing up on a Wisconsin farm, captures in vivid, moving detail the stories of the optimistic Americans who sought new lives on the frontier and discovered the toll nature demands from those who try to tame the land.
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Hamlin Garland (1860-1940) was an American writer born in West Salem, Wisconsin. In short stories, verse, and novels, he vividly described the farm life of the Midwest. A Daughter of the Middle Border, the sequel to his autobiographical A Son of the Middle Border, won the Pulitzer Prize.
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