Snow-Blind

Katharine Newlin BURT (1882 - 1977)

A bit of a menage-a-quatre in a remote cabin in the wilderness as fugitive Hugh, his younger brother Pete, nursemaid and cook Bella, and now the newly arrived snow-blinded young Sylvie who had been snatched from near death in the snow by the heroic but moody Hugh. Because of her blindness, Sylvie is led to believe her rescuer to be a handsome and dashing hero; his younger brother to be but a young lad of 14; and Bella a matronly old maid. But Sylvie would, in time, form her own image of the clan and attempt to bring them together as they were destined to be split apart. Demonstration lies herein of the inherent ability of the blind to use their other senses to best any situation laid before them. (Introduction by Roger Melin)

Genre(s): General Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 01 - Chapter 1 Roger Melin
00:17:23
Play 02 02 - Chapter 2 Roger Melin
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Play 03 03 - Chapter 3 Roger Melin
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Play 04 04 - Chapter 4 Roger Melin
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Play 05 05 - Chapter 5 Roger Melin
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Play 06 06 - Chapter 6 Roger Melin
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Play 07 07 - Chapter 7 Roger Melin
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Play 08 08 - Chapter 8 Roger Melin
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Play 09 09 - Chapter 9 Roger Melin
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Play 10 10 - Chapter 10 Roger Melin
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Play 11 11 - Chapter 11 Roger Melin
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Play 12 12 - Chapter 12 Roger Melin
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Play 13 13 - Chapter 13 Roger Melin
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Play 14 14 - Chapter 14 Roger Melin
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