2 edition of Reminiscences of my life, written from memory for my wife and children. found in the catalog.
Reminiscences of my life, written from memory for my wife and children.
I. J. Weinberg
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|Pagination||(iii), 216 p., 2 p.orts ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
The first book, Reminiscences of a Stock Operator by Edwin Lefèvre, offers keen insight while at the same time adding to the Livermore enigma. Reminiscences is the first-person narrative of a fictional speculator named Larry Livingston, whose life events happen to match precisely those of Jesse Livermore. As a financial journalist, biographer. My father found us at Quincy, , well and in good spirits, on the 2nd day of May, He says: “In reading the words of inspiration which I had written, my wife bore record to the truth of that part which says ‘trouble not thyself about thy family,’ etc.
Parenting My Father: A Journey with Dementia lovingly depicts the profound effect of a father’s severe memory loss on the daughter who helped care for him. Told with sensitivity and humor, the author shares intimate details of this journey, starting with the early warning signs that were more serious than age-related forgetfulness. The story of my private life as the wife of an earnest reformer, as an enthusiastic housekeeper, proud of my skill in every department of domestic economy, and as the mother of seven children, may amuse and benefit the reader. The first event engraved on my memory was the birth of a sister when I was four years old. the old ones will be.
_Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character_." Mrs. Hanna joins me in affectionate regardWith highest respect and esteem, I ever am, yours very truly, WM. HANNA. DEAN RAMSAY to Rev. Dr. L. ALEXANDER. 23 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh. Janu My clear Dr. Alexander--Since I had the pleasure of your most. My wife will take my mother's place, and the children ours. Masha will fill the part of both my aunts, except for their sorrow; and there will even be Gasha there to take the place of Prashovya Ilyinitchna. The only thing lacking will be some one to take the part you played in the life of our family.
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In this sequel to the classic work of Holocaust literature When Memory Comes, a Pulitzer Prize–winning historian returns to memoir to recount this tale of intellectual coming-of-age on three continents. Forty years after his acclaimed, poignant Reminiscences of my life memoir, Friedländer returns with Where Memory Leads: My Life, bridging the gap between the ordeals of his childhood and his present-day /5(16).
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My wife will take my mother's place, and the children ours. Masha will fill the part of both my aunts, except for their sorrow; and there will even be Gasha there to take the place of Prashovya Ilyinitchna.
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He smilingly took the responsibility of correspondence in this connection. Since inception, Dr. Mrinal Kanti Mukhopadhyay has helped in a remarkable way to bring the book out.
My wife Sheila and son Sanjit have tirelessly assisted in collecting the reminiscences and the photographs. Many other persons have helped in various ways in publishing.
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T.N. the translated writings and sayings of St. Thérèse contained in that book are in this electronic edition. The outstanding impression my mother has left on my memory is that of saintliness. She was deeply religious.
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My wife and I have become quite the travelers these past two years. In Aprilwe went to Hawaii. In Junewe went to New York. In Julywe went to Fort Hood, Texas. In Marchwe went to Cincinnati, Ohio. In Junewe went back to Texas.
I even got book time in on some of these trips, which I will include in a future blog. It seemed to almost break my poor wife's heart; and the sad thought has always been with me, whether the poor creature ever lived after our separation” (p. 26). This memory paints a vivid and painful picture of a loving husband and father, but this expression of emotion is quickly glossed over.
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My wife will take my mother's place, and the children ours. Masha will fill the part of both my aunts, except for their sorrow; and there will even be Gasha there to take the place of Prashovya Ilyínitchna.
The only thing lacking will be some one to take the part you played in the life of. considerably the current of my life. My only brother, who had just graduated from Union College, came home to die.
A young man of great talent and promise, he was the pride of my father's heart. We early felt that this son filled a larger place in our father's affections and future plans than the five daughters together.
Well do I remember how. CHAPTER I. M ANY years ago I began at the desire of my children to write down what follows. In the domestic circle, partly from myself and partly from relatives and old friends, they had heard much about the surroundings and conditions in which I had grown up, as well as about the strange and stirring adventures of my youth, and they asked me to put that which they had heard, and as much .Included with each book is a DVD containing audio and (if you wish) video interviews.
My Life Well-Remembered - highlights favorite stories of a man's family life and the values he hopes to pass on to his children. Cadet Nurse and Fighter Pilot - the adventures of our parents in World War II. Some years ago, on being questioned as to the events of my past life, I had occasion to pry into this picture-chamber.
I had thought to be content with selecting some few materials for my Life's story. I then discovered, as I opened the door, that Life's memories are not Life's history, but the original work of an unseen Artist.