"To My Elderly Friends" by E. Dixon
Every single day I appreciate aging a bit more. What choice do we have? I forgot to say I especially think this approach would be incredibly fruitful for others to look at–for instance, the Aged P (or Aged Parent) in Great Expectations–the father of a law clerk. It’s a wondrous portrayal of aging. Thanks for this.
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