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This is a book report about the book A Thousand Acres Jane Smiley wrote this book the grade level is 77 and it is worth twenty-seven points This book is about three sisters who are each trying to be given a third of the farm corporation set up by their father The aging father is trying to set up the corporation so that the daughters wont have to pay inheritance taxes The youngest daughter Caroline who happens to be a lawyer does not like this idea Rose and Ginny think that it is a good idea they live on the farm Due to this disagreement the family gets into a big fight Some not too good memories come out of the fight The girlsremember the fact that their father molested Ginny and Rose Rose and Ginny get sued for the farm by their father and Caroline in the end Ginny and Rose win the battle After the whole court affair was over Ginny moved away to try to forget about it all then Roses breast cancer comes back and she moves back to help Rose and her daughters Then when they thought that all tragedy was over their father died of a heart attack Rose fought her cancer for a while but in the end she lost her battle The major conflict in this book was when Rose and Ginny remember about their father molesting them Their father thought that he took the secret that he molested them to the grave but he didnt It took a while for Ginny to remember that she was molested After Rose kept on telling her that they were molested Ginny had some flashbacks and she remembered what happened Rose and Ginny never told anyone about their father He was a respected man in the community and Rose and Ginny were mad that their father got away with itThe theme of this story is that when something bad happens
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