DAY BY DAY WITH CELESTINE SIBLEY by Celestine Sibley

DAY BY DAY WITH CELESTINE SIBLEY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Georgia's Sweet Apple Mrs. Sibley with a day-by-daybook of distilled wisdom from Montaigne to Dorothea Brande (remember her?), William James to Joel Chandler Harris, JFK and Schweitzer to a recurrent Red Gray (?) who all provide micromessages on love and work and virtuous indolence and adversity and defeat and, and, and-sometimes with a short anecdote furnished by the author. The kind of book some people use to get out of bed on the right foot-isometrics for the soul. From Sir Winston--""Short words are the best, and the old words, when short, are best of all."" Like Amen?

Pub Date: Nov. 7th, 1975
Publisher: Doubleday