Dying is the Easy Part

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Wheatmark, Inc., 2007 - Fiction - 212 pages
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Facing with the prospect of dying at age 55 of a heart condition he never knew he had, Jefferson is forced to reflect on the things that meant the most in his life. As he recovers in his hospital room, he realizes that life is the real challenge, not death.
 

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Contents

Introduction
v
Name It and Claim It
1
Why Cars Had to Be Invented
7
Learning to Pray
19
A Fish Story
26
Gotta Go Up North
38
Saving Grace
60
F Is a Crooked Letter
66
A Mistake
101
Into Africa
114
These Colored People They Just Beg So Much
119
Out of Order
138
Going Along to Get Along
144
A Game of Life
151
Miss Southern and Her Court
164
About the Author
205

A Majority Perspective
77
Dying Is the Easy Part
89

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