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Joyous Days Then and Now

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In "Joyous Days Then and Now," Harry Lee Marriner beautifully weaves together the past and present through the story of Sara, a woman who reflects on the joyous days of her youth while navigating the challenges of aging.

The author's ability to capture Sara's emotions and memories is truly remarkable, allowing readers to empathize with her struggles and triumphs. The narrative seamlessly transitions between Sara's past and present, offering a poignant and nostalgic look at the passage of time.

Marriner's writing is both lyrical and evocative, painting vivid scenes of Sara's past and present that transport readers to different eras. The themes of love, loss, and resilience are expertly explored, adding depth and complexity to Sara's character.

Overall, "Joyous Days Then and Now" is a heartfelt and moving tale that will resonate with readers of all ages. Marriner's storytelling is captivating and poignant, making this book a must-read for anyone looking for a touching and thought-provoking read.

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This is a volume of poetry by newspaperman-poet Harry Lee Marriner, published in 1910. Many of the poems are on the joyous days then, reflecting on childhood and the simpler times, with a measure of nostalgia and pathos, which the author uses to advantage for his poetry. - Summary by Carolin

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