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by Nellie Mae Batson

Author: Nellie Mae Batson
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Athena Press (February 2, 2002)
Pages: 335 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.5
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The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams, says Cora, the loving housekeeper, to Lossie, who lives in the hope of such a future.

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams, says Cora, the loving housekeeper, to Lossie, who lives in the hope of such a future. Lossie is a tale of rare courage, a tale of compassion, understanding and, above all, of love that conquers all because it dares to believe in itself despite the ravages of time. A tale that spans over four decades and four generations.

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The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams, says Cora, the loving housekeeper, to Lossie, who lives in hope of such a future. Lossie is a woman of rare courage, a woman who defies the norms of society in the early 1940s to bear a child out of wedlock. A woman whom fate conspires to keep away from the one man she loves. A woman who, despite being deprived of the one love she pines for, fills the world around her with love and compassion, earning the love and respect of her fellow human beings. A woman whose faith in her abilities and in the power of love helps her overcome the vicissitudes of fate as she rises from her humble origins to establish a business empire all by herself, all the while waiting for her love to return. Lossie is a tale of rare courage, a tale of compassion, understanding and, above all, of love that conquers all because it dares to believe in itself despite the ravages of time. A tale that spans over four decades and four generations as it unfolds a portrait of rare fortitude, and the wonderful people surrounding her in a small township in North Carolina, USA. Will Lossie's love ever return to her? Will she be witness to its joys as she had envisaged in her teens when she fell in love? Or will she always carry the cross of betrayel, finding succor in her work and the family around her? Nellie Mae BatsonNellie Mae Batson