Little bits of love

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His Doris Lessings were collected on the top shelf of his library, alongside some images of Chartres Cathedral, and his Yeats collection. As William Giraldi wrote, he is "a man for whom language is dangerous, a man who measures every word because every word is sacred." On October 22, 1977 she became the host of the program called The House. Now that the book has returned to her, the poet blushes at her "rambling brat." This series feels propelled by something greater than me.

Pages: 162

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (June 29, 2015)

ISBN: 150544683X

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