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'Twill Be All Right Come Mornin', Luv

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Irene Hope Hedrick has returned with Volume 2 of her memoir. A gifted writer and storyteller, she can still recite from Robert Louis Stevenson's poem From A Railway Carriage. Irene's father read William Blake to her as a child, called her by her nickname, "Our I." She learned early that "Infinity is in the here and now," and that "Eternity demands, is relentless." Her father also told her: "If you grow up with a kind heart and a sense of love, you'll live to be a hundred." Irene intends to, even as she invites you to listen to her stories from the depression, World War II in England, marriage to a Yankee soldier and immigration to the United States. If, as it is said, "Charity can be given with an empty hand, with a kind word" Irene has been charitable in the gift of these hopeful tales. She includes quotes by thinkers as diverse as Plato, Herodotus, song lyrics, and wisdom-bearing language. Read and be nourished. Ann Staley, teacher,... More > poet & essayist, author of Primary Sources< Less
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ISBN
9781300334439
Edition
First Edition
Published
November 15, 2012
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
1.89 MB

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