I’d never heard of this book, but it seems like a great premise. For $2, why not? [Essays After Eighty [Kindle], $2]
Donald Hall has lived a remarkable life of letters, a career capped by a National Medal of the Arts, awarded by the president. Now, in the “unknown, unanticipated galaxy” of very old age, he is writing searching essays that startle, move, and delight.
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