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If You Want A Modern Mother

Mildred Raynolds Trivers

ISBN 10: 0935306102 / ISBN 13: 9780935306101
Published by The Barnwood Press, 1981
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Title: If You Want A Modern Mother

Publisher: The Barnwood Press

Publication Date: 1981

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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Mildred Raynolds was born on the Fourth of July of 1912 in Columbus, Ohio. After completing her undergraduate work at Hollins College, she went on to receive her graduate degree from Radcliff. She also studied abroad in pre-World War II Germany. Mildred married a statesman by the name of Howard Trivers. The two traveled the world together and visited several foreign countries before settling down to have children. The couple had a total of seven children and remained married for fifty-three years when Howard passed away. Trivers continues to write and has made several videos entitled "The Way of the Poet." Trivers also started the event known as the Humpback Barn Festival in Muncie, Indiana. This is a celebration of poetry and visual art in which visual and literary artists combine their efforts. Many of Trivers' poems have to do with her love for family and her faith in God. Her poetry suggests that she is a devout woman with many blessings who was very appreciative of all the wonders about her, including nature. Trivers has lived in several areas of the world with very different climates, but the majority of her later works on nature appear to be about the natural features of Indiana. One of the common subjects of her poetry is the radical seasons experienced by this area.

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