You Never Gave Me a Name: One Mennonite Woman's Story

Book, 2009, 279 pp
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This memoir records Katie Fund Wiebe's search for identity as a woman left widowed with young children who becomes a writer and an early Mennonite and biblical feminist. In her balanced yet provocative ground-breaking book, the young daughter of immigrants in the popular prior memoir The Storekeeper's Daughter continues her story. She faced a jungle of confusion about gender roles in a conservative church. Not satisfied with filling stereotyped roles, she struggled to find an identity all her own. In engaging style, with humour and pathos, she invites the reader to join her in this journey of discovery to find out who Katie Funk Wiebe is.

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