The Summer Of The Great-Grandmother

Paperback | January 1, 1984

byMadeleine L'engle

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This journal offers a loving and poignant portrait of L'Engle's mother in old age that is more about living than dying.

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Anyone who has dealt with, or will soon deal with, the death of a parent will find some solace, understanding, and companionship in this perceptive book, which is, in the end, more about living than about dying".--The Washington Post

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This journal offers a loving and poignant portrait of L'Engle's mother in old age that is more about living than dying.

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This journal offers a loving and poignant portrait of L'Engle's mother in old age that is more about living than dying.

"Anyone who has dealt with, or will soon with, the death of a parent will find some solace, understanding, and companionship in this perceptive book, which is, in the end, more about living than about dying." (The Washington Post)

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.58 inPublished:January 1, 1984Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:006254506X

ISBN - 13:9780062545060

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Anyone who has dealt with, or will soon deal with, the death of a parent will find some solace, understanding, and companionship in this perceptive book, which is, in the end, more about living than about dying".--The Washington Post

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"Anyone who has dealt with, or will soon with, the death of a parent will find some solace, understanding, and companionship in this perceptive book, which is, in the end, more about living than about dying." (The Washington Post)