Ponnamal, Her Story

Read by MaryAnn

(4.9 stars; 9 reviews)

"A girl stood alone in the dark, listening. No one moved about her; the old mother-in-law who slept near by breathed steadily, she would not waken yet awhile. the girl drew back the heavy iron bolts of the door and slipped out into the night.

Out there, in the soft warm air, with the white stars looking down on her with only pity in their eyes, she stopped; she knew the thing she purposed doing was unreasonable and hopelessly wrong; but she was too desperate with loneliness to care. Life since her husband had died had been too hard to live. A widow's life in India--God only knows how hard it can be made--she could bear it no longer; she had crept out now to end it, as so many girls have ended it." (from Chapter 1) (2 hr 26 min)


The Girl Ponnamal 8:07 Read by MaryAnn
Enlightened 6:16 Read by MaryAnn
Loosed 8:29 Read by MaryAnn
To Whatever Utmost Distance 12:23 Read by MaryAnn
Underland 5:57 Read by MaryAnn
The Time Appointed 4:48 Read by MaryAnn
'Why Mens Honours Woman?' 11:56 Read by MaryAnn
Carry On 11:18 Read by MaryAnn
'Nous' 7:29 Read by MaryAnn
An Ordinary Day, and Digressions 12:49 Read by MaryAnn
Ahead of Her Generation 8:41 Read by MaryAnn
Sacred Secularities 7:08 Read by MaryAnn
Our Arm Every Morning 6:19 Read by MaryAnn
Her Pain 6:26 Read by MaryAnn
Her Music 7:00 Read by MaryAnn
In the Midst of the Furnace 16:40 Read by MaryAnn
Our Triumphal Procession 4:23 Read by MaryAnn


Wonderful biography, beautifully read

(5 stars)

Wow! I am deeply grateful for this book, and to MaryAnn for her expert reading of it.


(5 stars)

It's interesting to hear of other lands in other times yet still the same God. Well read, also. Thanks!