Fortitude: True Stories of True Grit
Red Rock Press, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 227 pages
This book spotlights courage and endurance in life-threatening circumstances (war, illness, criminal assault, wilderness misadventure) and in everyday life where challenges in sport, love and work require ingenuity and perseverance to overcome. Poetry and historical nuggets also illuminate the many hues of fortitude.
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