The Lively Shadow: Living with the Death of a Child

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Ballantine Books, 2003 - 193 pages
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It is the hardest thing anyone can face -- the death of a child. A tragedy that has affected millions also touched Donald M. Murray, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The Boston Globe, twenty-five years ago. Now, for the first time, he fully expresses what he lost -- and learned -- in a book even more moving than this inspiring volume on aging, My Twice-Lived Life.

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A father's honest and heart wrenching story of the sudden death of his twenty year-old daughter, Lee, to Reye's Syndrome. Consulter l'avis complet

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Lovely and haunting, this memoir is often filled with raw emotion about this UNH professor suddenly losing his daughter in 1975. Consulter l'avis complet

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The Gift i
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Innocence
7
Conception
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Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Donald M. Murray writes the weekly “Now and Then” column for The Boston Globe. Boston Magazine and The Improper Bostonian magazine selected him best columnist in Boston in 1991 and 1996, respectively. He is Professor Emeritus of English at the University of New Hampshire, which opened the Donald M. Murray Journalism Laboratory in 1997. His books include My Twice-Lived Life, Write to Learn, The Craft of Revision, Writing to Deadline, and Crafting a Life in Essay, Story, Poem.

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