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Author

McCabe, Joseph

Title

Eighty Years a Rebel

Sub-Title

Publisher

 

Haldeman-Julius

Year

1947

City

Girard, KS

Edition

Scanned

Searchable

Cleaned

Deluxe

 

50.0000

50.0000

100.0000

200.0000

Description

This McCabe's autobiography. He writes "It is time to tell the story of my life. The bell that counts the passing hours, the years, of a man's life will soon break upon my ears with an inexorable 80 strokes. How often I have heard its note; flinging its music merrily upon the air at first, changing to a manly vibrancy in my prime, mellowing and deepening with age as if it were preparing to deliver the solemn parting knell. Not that I have yet detected any warning that I must presently "wrap the drapery of my couch about me and lie down to pleasant dreams." The memory of an old man is like that of a traveler who returns from a foreign land. Behind him the vista grows dim and contracts, like the slow fade-out of a picture on the screen. And if that is truly characteristic of age my mind is still young. Vivid in my recollection is the first experience that enduringly scarred my mind when, at the age of 4, I saw a great flood encircle and invade my home; and the long train of moving experiences I have had since that date, 76 years ago, are as clear to me as are the foothills from the mountain top. So I would set them down before the haze creeps over them or the acid of senility sours them."

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