May I cross your golden river?

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Atheneum, 1975 - Juvenile Fiction - 262 pages
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An eighteen-year-old boy tries to cope with the realization that he has a fatal disease.

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I picked this book up by mistake at a library sale when I was in the 5th grade; it was fantastic, and I find myself returning to it from time to time. This book was what made me want to continue reading. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
13
Section 2
24
Section 3
34
Copyright

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Dixon, Paige : May I Cross Your Golden River?
May I Cross Your Golden River? Genre, Novel for Young Adults. Keywords, Adolescence, Caregivers, Death and Dying, Family Relationships, Grief, ...
litmed.med.nyu.edu/ Annotation?action=view& annid=1019

Marilyn Chandler mcentyre - Friends in Need: Illness and ...
Paige Dixon's May I Cross Your Golden River? fits this pattern. 8 The protagonist, Jordan, is a tennis player in his first year of college who is secure in ...
muse.jhu.edu/ journals/ literature_and_medicine/ v021/ 21.1mcentyre.html

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