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Late Migrations: A Natural History of Love and Loss

A Natural History Of Love And Loss, Margaret Renkl

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    She used the old-fashioned word-generator to write her high school and college papers. She also wrote a thousand poems.


    She cradles the reader's heart as she shows them how beautiful life is and how broken and wrong things are in our world.


    A friend left a glowing review for the book and I decided to read it. I absolutely loved it. Margaret Renkl is a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times where her essays appear weekly.


    "I am too little to drive, and too small to watch the stars," Hans Christian Andersen said to a little boy as he came out of the car to watch the stars.


    A book that will be enjoyed for many years to come, it is a treasure.

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