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Generations

Dale Thompson

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iUniverse
Año de edición:
2008
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Poesía
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9780595510061
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Despite Ross Amos Faw’s small stature, he was a man with big dreams. Ross was not only a writer; he was a teacher, and an excellent photographer. But most of his dreams concerned the area of love. He fell in love with one of students. At this time this event was not that uncommon. As soon as she finished school they were married. Very soon several incompatibilities soon developed. The incompatibilities soon resulted in the loss of the two people he loved most in the world. Ross wrote about this loss until the day he died. For 30 years Ross sought solace in his writings. I think his writings reflect his changing moods and his eventual despair. The one love he never lost was the commitment to the journey of life. 3

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