Deathbed Literature

Deathbed Literature

Deathbed Literature | Howie Morenz

Howie Morenz was one of the first true stars in the game of Hockey and played for the beloved Montreal Canadiens. When the Hockey Hall of Fame opened its doors in 1945, Morenz was one of the first nine players to be inducted. However, he was not...

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Deathbed Literature | Eazy-E

Eazy-E, of the rap group N.W.A., lived many lives. Growing up poor in Compton, his determination for a better life helped focus his grand plans from idea to reality. He lifted himself out of a life of poverty with his art but they way he conducted...

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Deathbed Literature | James Rebhorn

Usually, we have an actual written Deathbed Letter for you to look at, but today we came across the obituary of actor James Rebhorn. He was a tremendous thespian, you may not have known by name, but you knew his face. His credits include Homeland,...

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Deathbed Literature | Jack Layton

Even on his deathbed in the summer of o 2011, Canadian political figure, Jack Layton had his thoughts on Canada and the Canadian people. The leader of the NDP party, surrounded by friends and family, penned an emotional two-page letter that spoke...

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Deathbed Literature | John Keats

Deathbed Literature | John Keats John Keats was an English Romantic poet. He was one of the main figures of the second generation of Romantic poets, along with Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley, despite his work having been in publication for...

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Deathbed Literature | Virginia Woolf

Popular novelist Virginia Woolf was best known for the best selling books: Mrs Dalloway (1925), To the Lighthouse (1927), Orlando (1928), and the book-length essay A Room of One’s Own (1929). She was considered one of the foremost modernists...

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Deathbed Literature | Mickey Mantle

Deathbed Literature | Mickey Mantle New York Yankee great, Mickey Mantle died on August 13th, 1995. He was a beloved New York figure and his relationship with his fans was put best by sportscaster Bob Costas “a fragile hero to whom we had an...

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The Unbalanced Being of the Day | Brian Cullinan

The Unbalanced Being of the Day | Brian Cullinan Do you know who Brian Cullinan is? Well, you do now. He’s the PricewaterhouseCoopers partner that handed the wrong envelope to Warren Beatty the other night at the Academy Awards. And now...

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The Narcissist Combat Handbook | Introduction

It was a mild July day in the year of 1978 as my pregnant mother was about to pop me out in the back of a yellow taxi cab, all by her lonesome. I was about to be her third child but the first to nearly be born amongst the sweet scent of pine tree...

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