A Proud Heart
Writing seldom noticed in the bibliography of the author, A Produ Heart is one of the novels ehre the reader can find easily the theme-belief of the creation, of the human mission of those who understand the values and also the limits. The divinity drop that on has inside must be multiplicated.Pearl Buck is transmitting the joy of being and her gratitude is poured in every detail which a lot of people don't even seize thinking that life is a simple gift.Peal Buck, by the character Susan Gaylord, the woman artist who succeeds to manage her passion for art with her daily duties at home, seems to be the pioneer of sending this message in a time when the women had words to say for such a little things. In fact, in 1938, when she was awarded the Nobel Prize, Pearl Buck was the first american woman to receive it.Susan Gaylor wants to fulfill her spiritual desire and she is not accepting any obstacle in her way.She is working both hardly and with passion because she knows that life is a blessing. She also has a present in return.Her fondness in every gesture covers all the natural and spiritual elements.There is also the waiting for the big fulfillment, the time to be answered because she has some significant questions. The meeting with David Barnes, one of the titans of sculpture is definitive for Susan. It will come again the fight between passion, a burning one, with full hope and giving up, with dissillusion and imature decisions, situation hard to control.A silent soul at the surface is in fact deeper than one could describe. The novel is simply written, the story is naturally told, the feelings of the character seem wellknown and are sending the reader to re-discover the value of admiration for the creation wherever it could be.