Etchings in an Hourglass: A Sequel to Bronx Primitive and a Wider World

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Harpercollins (P), Jul 1, 1991 - Authors, American - 256 pages
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The third volume of the author's memoirs relates the events of her later life--the deaths of her husband and daughter, love affairs, her bitter second marriage and divorce, and her travels

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Review: Etchings in an Hourglass: A Sequel to Bronx Primitive and a Wider World

User Review  - Judy Golden - Goodreads

Raw powerful story of a woman's life released 1990 when she died of cancer. She lived she loved she travelled. She wrote.. She lost so many people she loved. I'm saddened and enriched by this reading of her life in three books. Read full review

Review: Etchings in an Hourglass: A Sequel to Bronx Primitive and a Wider World

User Review  - Carleen - Goodreads

Intriguing and inspiring. A woman who moved forward like a steamroller through a life that opened to her a world of travel and enviable experiences. Now reading her earlier works and remain inspired by this strong and talented woman. Read full review

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Golden Lads and Girls All Must
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Jerry
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Indianand Japanese
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