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Another Door

Another Door After the death of my mother, I devoted long weeks to clearing my parents’ Manhattan apartment.  It seemed the bitterest of times. All the tapestried layers, the complexities of them – the charm, the humor, the remarks that … Continue reading

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Great Scott! A Publisher?

Great Scott! A Publisher? My book, Confessions of a Young Philosopher, was completed not long ago and since then I’ve turned to the much less inviting project of finding a publisher for it. Writing it was a very interesting, private … Continue reading

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