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Excerpt from In the Days of My Youth: With an Introduction; Containing the Autobiographies of Thirty-Four Well-Known Men and Women of to-Day
Theseries owes its to two ideas. First, I deemed it better that men and women who are worth hearing should speak for themselves and not through the refracting medium of others. In other words, that the human document which was interesting and valuable should be an auto biography and not an interview.
The second idea which gave rise to the series was that the world would probably be glad to hear of the early striving: of those who have struggled through unfavourable drcumstarwes to recognition and success. The volume is really the record rather of the early and youthful begin nings than of the whole career of those who figure in it.
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bound: 354 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (March 29, 2017)
isbn: 0259060968, 978-0259060963,
weight: 1 pounds (