- Author:Florence Chambers
- Publisher:Xlibris, Corp. (July 9, 2008)
- Pages:118 pages
- Subcategory:Professionals & Academics
- FB2 format1461 kb
- ePUB format1887 kb
- DJVU format1935 kb
- Formats:rtf lrf mbr azw
A Time to Remember book.
A Time to Remember book.
A Time to Remember : Memoirs of an Educator. by Florence Chambers. This first book written by Florence Chambers is a group of reflections of the author?s life
A Time to Remember : Memoirs of an Educator. This first book written by Florence Chambers is a group of reflections of the author?s life. The book is rich in cultural history and embedded with the author?s experiences from childhood through her life as an educator, in St. Louis City.
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For many memoir writers, the struggle to remain true to the facts while still telling a good story (and avoiding possible legal or personal backlash) is an agonizing on.
For many memoir writers, the struggle to remain true to the facts while still telling a good story (and avoiding possible legal or personal backlash) is an agonizing one. Unfortunately, McCarthy errs too much on the side of caution, to the point of being redundant, and too frequently directly addresses (. distracts) the reader, which detracts from the scenes' intensity. Memories of a Catholic Girlhood would be an engrossing, compelling memoir but for its interruptions of apology and attempts to set the record straight.
A Night to Remember is a 1955 non-fiction book by Walter Lord that depicts the sinking of the RMS Titanic on 15 April 1912. The book was hugely successful, and is still considered a definitive resource about the Titanic. Lord interviewed 63 survivors of the disaster as well as drawing on books, memoirs, and articles that they had written. In 1986, Lord authored his follow-up book, The Night Lives On, following renewed interest in the story after the wreck of the Titanic was discovered by Robert Ballard.
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I remember only the women, Vivian Gornick writes near the start of her memoir of growing up in the Bronx .
I remember only the women, Vivian Gornick writes near the start of her memoir of growing up in the Bronx tenements in the 1940s, surrounded by the blunt, brawling, yearning women of the neighborhood, chief among them her indomitable mother. I absorbed them as I would chloroform on a cloth laid against my face. I love this book - even during those moments when I want to scream at Gornick, which are the times when she becomes the hypercritical, constantly disappointed woman that her mother, through her words and example, taught the author to be.