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The Road from Coorain By Jill Kerr Conway I found it very difficult to read this book I understand that it is the story of Jill Kerr Conways life and that it would be hard to make a life sound interesting where you grew up isolated until you were 11years old never coming in contact with another girl your age until you were seven your nearest neighbor being 50 miles away and being a sheep farmer However I picked this book for my book report because I heard someone say Jill Kerr Conway sort of makes her own little world with the idea that maybe she created a mystical world with Fairies imaginary friends or some other kind of interesting little world of her own Next time Ill take do more research Jill Kerr Conways mother Mrs Kerr depressed me I thought it was sad that she had such a hard life and I identified with her in many ways Near the end of the book she seems to have given in to despair She was much different before Coorain and before she had children Who she was before all of the emotional baggage she acquired reminded me of my mother in a professional way In the emotional way she is nothing like my mother I would be a completely different person if crying wasnt tolerated when I was growing up I was much too emotional to have dealt with that and I cant understand how Jill Kerr Conway survived it I became painfully aware of this when Jill is talking about being awakened one December morning by her father saying good-bye Knowing something was wrong but unable to speak of this she waited patiently with her brother Barry for word and then finally found out at 600 pm that her father died mysteriously when he was supposedly working on extending piping into the Brooklins Dam Jills eyes began to fill with tears
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