• In the very end of the book, the character Rosasharn has a miscarriage, and then the family flees to a barn to escape a flood in the shanty town where they were living. Anyway, in the barn there was a man that was starving to death, and the man drew sustinance from Rosasharn's breast milk. This scene was very controversial.
  • Throughout the book there is language that many considered obscene, including using "the lord's name in vain". In addition, the book makes several sexual references, including allusions to the fact that a priest had relations with a young girl.

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