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Let nothing you dismay selected writings of Frank Sullivan. by Sullivan, Frank

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Published by Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsAC8 .S7813 1978
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 152 p., [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4758809M
LC Control Number78105332

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Books: Let Nothing You Dismay by Mark O'Donnell () It's Christmas Eve Eve Eve Eve Eve in Manhattan--five days from the holiday Ground Zero--but Tad Leary, the most confused man on earth, doesn't know whether to celebrate or go crazy. He's just been fired, he's about to be evicted from his sublet, he's getting nowhere on his overdue folklore.   Twenty children murdered just days before Christmas. Six adults shot dead trying to protect those twenty kids. But, as dreadful as those deaths in Connecticut were, it was a lightly-reported incident that particularly troubled me throughout this holiday season: some Newtown residents took down their Christmas decorations. They apparently believed that expressing the joy of the season was out. I suppose if asked I would have said God was giving rest to some happy fellows and encouraging them not to dismay (the next line says "let nothing you dismay.") Was I ever wrong! I recently read a bit of history on this carol from Ace Collins' book 25 Days, 26 Ways to Make This Your Best Christmas Ever (see chapter/day 3). The carol was written. Simplistic, Repetitious and Utterly Disarming! Benjamin Shultz, a young PhD in Geography candidate, is a surprisingly gifted new author. In his debut novel, LET NOTHING YOU DISMAY, he demonstrates the ability to narrate in the voice of a child so well that the reader feels as though the story is a conversation, a dialogue between a young boy who matures through high school as he relates the 5/5.

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