Wild Stone Heart: An Apprentice in the Fields by Sharon ButalaWild Stone Heart: An Apprentice in the Fields by Sharon Butala

Wild Stone Heart: An Apprentice in the Fields

bySharon Butala

Paperback | August 13, 2001

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Like its phenomenally popular predecessor, The Perfection of the Morning, Wild Stone Heart has once again touched a chord with Canadian readers, becoming another #1 bestseller.It's no wonder -- this resonant and deeply moving exploration of a seemingly ordinary field in southwest Saskatchewan is at once an ancient mystery, a lyrical journey between past and present, a fascinating lesson in natural history, and a woman's intimate search for her own place in the world.

With every book, Butala delicately carves new and uncharted spiritual geography.Wild Stone Heart is no exception, a classic work that will appeal to all of her many fans.
SHARON BUTALA is an award-winning and bestselling author of both fiction and non-.fiction. Her classic bookThe Perfection of the Morningwas a #1 bestseller and a finalist for the Governor General’s Award. Fever, a short story collection, won the 1992 Authors’ Award for Paperback Fiction. Butala is a recipient of both the Marian Engel A...
Title:Wild Stone Heart: An Apprentice in the FieldsFormat:PaperbackPublished:August 13, 2001Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:000639129X

ISBN - 13:9780006391296

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Set amidst Saskatchewan’s beautiful and haunting landscape, the reader encounters one woman’s journey towards an understanding of herself and the spirit of her environment. In Wild Stone Heart: An Apprentice in the Fields, Sharon Butala wanders the fields of her husband’s first ranch uncovering strange circles and a mysterious bone that draws those from the outside world into her own. As she envisions a past stretching back to the time when dinosaurs roamed the area to the ghosts of the natives and European settlers that followed, Butala comes to terms with the intense history and energy surrounding her.