The world turned upside down for city-bred Marjorie Douglas when, in 1943, her young husband moved her and baby Anne from suburban St. Paul to a western Minnesota stock ranch to help his parents stave off financial disaster. In "Eggs in the Coffee, Sheep in the Corn," Douglas describes with wit and wisdom a midwestern way of life of fifty years ago. What makes this book particularly worth reading, and refreshing, is its outlook. This is a relentlessly honest account of farm life."--
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