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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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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