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Jerry Kaufman posts on 10/3/2005 10:54:10 AM We love this book and I read it alound to my wife (who can no longer read for herself) once a year. In going through my late brother-in-law's kibrary, we found this in a book from my sister (NOT on the title page): When our days are unpunctuated By leave-taking in the morning And reunion at evening And you think yourself alone, Impossible as long as I am in the world. Pick up this memory of shared delight, Reflect a little on the life we have lived And the love we have loved And the living and the loving That remains to be done, Hold this volume in your hands Like a piece of me And let it say to you Anything I've left unsaid.
sheng lor posts on 3/29/2005 8:06:48 PM um, i'm doing a chataugua on you and i need to know a lot...i would like to know about your life stories as a child and an adult...i also would like to know about your family and your adult like.
clara posts on 3/26/2005 3:38:33 PM id like to know what values held high by both the family and doctors that led to the collision

kourt posts on 3/21/2005 10:24:11 PM I need to know the values of both the patient and the doctor and how it affected them
Joanne Marquardt posts on 3/13/2005 8:25:37 PM What an incredible story. Thank you for writing it. I was wondering if you could give me a detailed overview and the charcters analysis to help me fully explain this story to my class. Thank you and God Bless you Joanne Marquardt
eric posts on 2/16/2005 7:13:05 PM I was wondering if you could give me an overview of this book and the character analysis.

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