A Volume of Friendship: The Letters of Eleanor Roosevelt and Isabella Greenway 1904-1953
Jo Freeman reviews: These privileged women and their families spent much of their lives – especially their early adulthood — coping with physical ailments. Presumably they had the best medical care money could buy, but to judge by their letters, major portions of their lives were spent coping with suffering, their own and that of their families and close friends.
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