Letters to the Late: Posthumous memos to the dead and departed by those who knew them best, for better or for worse.

Letters to the Late Posthumous memos to the dead and departed by those who knew them best for better or for worse A compilation of letters written by the living to those departed who affected their lives in so many significant ways loving sad and

  • Title: Letters to the Late: Posthumous memos to the dead and departed by those who knew them best, for better or for worse.
  • Author: James Wright Gregory Boeshaar Emily Boeshaar Carol Raynor Michael Moylan Patricia Kay Parrish Wells Laura Stoddard Janice Stewart
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  • Page: 333
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  • A compilation of letters written by the living to those departed who affected their lives in so many significant ways, loving, sad, and .

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    1. James Wright Gregory Boeshaar Emily Boeshaar Carol Raynor Michael Moylan Patricia Kay Parrish Wells Laura Stoddard Janice Stewart

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.On December 13, 1927, James Arlington Wright was born in Martins Ferry, Ohio His father worked for fifty years at a glass factory, and his mother left school at fourteen to work in a laundry neither attended school beyond the eighth grade While in high school in 1943 Wright suffered a nervous breakdown and missed a year of school When he graduated in 1946, a year late, he joined the army and was stationed in Japan during the American occupation He then attended Kenyon College on the G.I Bill, and studied under John Crowe Ransom He graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa in 1952, then married another Martins Ferry native, Liberty Kardules The two traveled to Austria, where, on a Fulbright Fellowship, Wright studied the works of Theodor Storm and Georg Trakl at the University of Vienna He returned to the U.S and earned master s and doctoral degrees at the University of Washington, studying with Theodore Roethke and Stanley Kunitz He went on to teach at The University of Minnesota, Macalester College, and New York City s Hunter College.

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