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The measure of my days

By: Scott-Maxwell, Florida, 1883-1979
Material type: TextTextNew York Knopf c1968Edition: 1st edDescription: 150pContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume Subject(s): Old age | Older womenLOC classification: HQ1061 .S36Abstract: 'We who are old know that age is more than a disability. It is an intense and varied experience, almost beyond our capacity at times, but something to be carried high. If it is a long defeat it is also a victory, meaningful for the initiates of time, if not for those who have come less far.' --p.5
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'We who are old know that age is more than a disability. It is an intense and varied experience, almost beyond our capacity at times, but something to be carried high. If it is a long defeat it is also a victory, meaningful for the initiates of time, if not for those who have come less far.' --p.5

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