Pardon Me, Miss
In this book, Pardon Me, Miss, Marjory Brown Azarowicz relates the predicament of a citified and intellectually curious young woman in Alberta, Canada in 1941.
As a fledging school teacher, the author accepted a position in an isolated area of western Canada. She found that she had stepped into a different world, one of different customs and bitter winters, industrious local people devoted to hard work, religious fundamentalism, and clear suspicion of imaginative speculation.
Looking back with twenty-twenty vision, Pardon Me, Miss is filled with sociological insight into a vanished world.