While imprisoned for Contempt of Court in the spring of 2003, Betty Krawczyk searched for understanding into the reasons for her actions. Had she signed a paper promising not to go back to the forest where she was arrested for blockading logging trucks, she would have been released from prison until trial. But she refused. Her own stubbornness and intransigence before the courts of British Columbia baffled everybody, including Krawczyk herself. In qThis Dangerous Place, q Krawczyk searches for answers from her childhood by revisiting in memory an old plantation house in southern Louisiana. It was from this setting of long ago that Krawczyk's father wrestled with a ghost he didn't know, didn't ask for, and didn't believe existed. Until it was too late.The early scuppernong jelly liquid bubbling on the stove gave off a full bodied, luscious smell. ... aDoris is going to help me make a rice pudding for supper, a she said, thus assuring me that Doris wouldna#39;t be allowed to tag after us for theanbsp;...
|Title||:||This Dangerous Place|
|Publisher||:||FriesenPress - 2011-05-01|