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by Bryan Gould
Good-Bye to All That is an autobiography by Robert Graves which first appeared in 1929, when the author was 34 years old. "It was my bitter leave-taking of England.
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Domestic crises are always expensive, but the book sold well enough in England and the United States, despite the Depression which had just set in, to pay my debts and leave me free to live and write in Majorca without immediate anxiety for the future. The title became a catch-word, and my sole contribution to Bartlett’s Dictionary of Familiar Quotations. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
More than half a century later, 28 of today’s most extraordinary, diverse, uniformly interesting women writers revisit the eternal story of devotion and departure in a new anthology titled after Didion’s iconic essay: Goodbye t. .
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Goodbye to All That Lyrics. to live, But to those of us who came from places where no one had heard of Lester Lanin and Grand Central Station was a Saturday radio program, where Wall Street and Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue were not places at all but abstractions ( Money, and High Fashion, and The Hucksters ), New York was no mere city.
As a young MP and, later, as a prominent member of the Shadow Cabinet, Gould has always fought for change.
Goodbye to All That: Writers on Loving & Leaving NY and Never Can Say Goodbye . Happy 6 years since publication, Goodbye to All That! Goodbye to All That.
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