Dalva: a novel

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An American epic, rich in atmosphere and history, here is the story of a magnificent, unforgettable woman--a tale that sweeps from East to West, from the Civil War to Wounded Knee and Vietnam.

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Mother and child -- Fiction
Women -- Nebraska -- Fiction
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Mother and child
Women