Lincoln in the Bardo
A NovelBook - 2017
From Library Staff
This is easily one of the most creative books I've read AND listened to. I really recommend both the written book and the audiobook. It uses a mix of non-fiction source material and fictional characters to tell the story of Willie Lincoln's death and his father's visit to his resting place. The b... Read More »
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All were in sorrow, or had been, or soon would be. It was the nature of things. Though on the surface it seemed every person was different, this was not true. At the core of each lay suffering; our eventual end, the many losses we must experience on the way to that end. We must try to see one another in this way. As suffering, limited beings, perennially outmatched by circumstances, inadequately endowed with compensatory graces.
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