A Thousand Months to Remember: An Autobiography ePub download
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Download books for free. A Thousand Months to Remember: An Autobiography. Joseph Martin Dawson.
Series: Biography and Autobiography.
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As I pointed out to him in the ensuing weeks and months, he must have become . I want something to hold on to, to remember. You can’t trust your own memory.
As I pointed out to him in the ensuing weeks and months, he must have become extremely sorry that he had urged me to do anything of the sort. I was continually ringing him up and demanding information which, as he said, only took me three minutes to ask for, but which he usually had to look through eight different books to find. It was not a long book–a mere fifty thousand words–but it had been with me a long time.
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