Crazy Age

Crazy Age

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Ever since I have inhabited old age, I have looked and listened, mostly in vain, for news of what it is like for others who inhabit it too. Naturally, I'm interested in its well-known depredations, the physical and mental ones that people in their forties and fifties so publicly dread. And who would not delight in the theatrical props of old age - the pills and sticks, the shrieking hearing aids and the tricks for countering the loss of names and threads and glasses. But that's not all. I have a fond hope that in old age there may be new kinds of time and of pleasure, perhaps even new kinds of vitality, and that, though we forget and muddle and fail to hear things, there may be moments when we truly understand what's going on for the first time. But then I've always been a late developer.' Deeply thoughtful, wry and resilient, this fascinating and absorbing book about growing older is a life-enhancing look at what all of us - if we are lucky - can aspire to.When we originally considered buying a fortyyear lease on it for a little over Ap 6000, we were warned by ... Chelsea is one half of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and my bit of it, Worlda#39;s End, is at its southwestern tail. When weanbsp;...

Title:Crazy Age
Author:Jane Miller
Publisher:Hachette UK - 2010-09-02


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