Aho Quotes in The Way to Rainy Mountain
Although my grandmother lived out her long life in the shadow of Rainy Mountain, the immense landscape of the continental interior lay like memory in her blood.
My grandmother was there. Without bitterness, and for as long as she lived, she bore a vision of deicide.
Their wives and daughters served them well. The women might indulge themselves; gossip was at once the mark and compensation of their servitude. They made loud and elaborate talk among themselves, full of jest and gesture, fright and false alarm.