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By Lucia Adams

This memoir consists of journals and recollections of academic life during turbulent and tempestuous times. From Madison, Wisconsin, to Princeton, Paris, Cambridge, England, and the University of Lancaster near England’s Lake District, it includes political assassinations, the beginning and end of the Vietnam War, Black Power, civil rights, campus unrest, strikes, boycotts, demonstrations, occupations, student and staff rebellions, and feminism come to life.


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By Lucia Adams

This memoir consists of journals and recollections of academic life during turbulent and tempestuous times. From Madison, Wisconsin, to Princeton, Paris, Cambridge, England, and the University of Lancaster near England’s Lake District, it includes political assassinations, the beginning and end of the Vietnam War, Black Power, civil rights, campus unrest, strikes, boycotts, demonstrations, occupations, student and staff rebellions, and feminism come to life.


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By Keller P. Madere

In the living room were gathered my four sisters Elise, Jeanette, Nita, Rosemary, and me (Keller Paul Madere) along with my wife Carolyn and Charles Stalfort, Nita’s husband. After a lot of chit chat back and forth reminiscing about old family stories and happenings, Charles (or Chuck as we know him) brought out his tape recorder. Quizzically, he posed this simple question, “What can you tell me about Papa?” He was referring to our father, Ernest Hubert Madere.

With feelings of unified dismay, none of the five of us were able to provide Chuck with any new information about Papa other than what he already knew. Consequently, in order for the children of Carolyn and me, namely Joni, Colin, and Lana, to have some inkling regarding where I lived, what I did, and get a glimpse into my psyche before they were born and then grew up knowing me, this tome will provide some insight. Our children will have historical and genealogical information concerning their ancestry in words, pictures, and other relative and associated odds and ends. Nowadays, family members tend to get scattered hither and yon. Children often get permanently displaced regarding their backgrounds and family records. Items like birth certificates, report cards, names of first and second cousins, aunts, uncles, close friends, associates, and similar pertinent items gets lost in the shuffle as time steadily marches on. Hopefully, this ponderous volume will soothe many misgivings our children may have about who they are, the backgrounds of their ancestors, and precisely where they came from. Amen!


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By Keller P. Madere

In the living room were gathered my four sisters Elise, Jeanette, Nita, Rosemary, and me (Keller Paul Madere) along with my wife Carolyn and Charles Stalfort, Nita’s husband. After a lot of chit chat back and forth reminiscing about old family stories and happenings, Charles (or Chuck as we know him) brought out his tape recorder. Quizzically, he posed this simple question, “What can you tell me about Papa?” He was referring to our father, Ernest Hubert Madere.

With feelings of unified dismay, none of the five of us were able to provide Chuck with any new information about Papa other than what he already knew. Consequently, in order for the children of Carolyn and me, namely Joni, Colin, and Lana, to have some inkling regarding where I lived, what I did, and get a glimpse into my psyche before they were born and then grew up knowing me, this tome will provide some insight. Our children will have historical and genealogical information concerning their ancestry in words, pictures, and other relative and associated odds and ends. Nowadays, family members tend to get scattered hither and yon. Children often get permanently displaced regarding their backgrounds and family records. Items like birth certificates, report cards, names of first and second cousins, aunts, uncles, close friends, associates, and similar pertinent items gets lost in the shuffle as time steadily marches on. Hopefully, this ponderous volume will soothe many misgivings our children may have about who they are, the backgrounds of their ancestors, and precisely where they came from. Amen!


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By Jason Gillikin
Through prayer and God's grace this first time author wrote his life story. This is a story of a child who witnessed loss and heartache at such a young age. The different things in life that to others would seem like nothing made a huge difference in this kid’s life. He found love from those in his life that he should, but was also rejected by those that should have loved him most. Get ready to get in touch with your emotions, to make a life-changing decision, and finally to realize that forgiveness is never easy; however, the consequences of not doing so can be something you carry with you forever.
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By Sara Pizano, MA, DVM
Joan Rita Hahn Pizano was an eternal optimist and deeply spiritual. Her capacity to receive and give love was astounding, and she was a beloved mother, wife, sister, aunt, and friend. When her oncologist told her there were no more treatment options for her cancer, she faced the news with resolve and looked forward to the miracle of heaven. Her lack of fear and depth of peace greatly helped her family and friends deal with the inevitable. But it was her sense of humor that impacted so many, and as her daughter chronicled her last six months on earth, the stories evoked tears and laughter simultaneously. This is a story of a woman who was totally unafraid to die, who in fact embraced the process of the passing and who truly lived until she breathed her last breath.
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By Jason Gillikin
Through prayer and God's grace this first time author wrote his life story. This is a story of a child who witnessed loss and heartache at such a young age. The different things in life that to others would seem like nothing made a huge difference in this kid’s life. He found love from those in his life that he should, but was also rejected by those that should have loved him most. Get ready to get in touch with your emotions, to make a life-changing decision, and finally to realize that forgiveness is never easy; however, the consequences of not doing so can be something you carry with you forever.
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By Amarilis Presilla

It’s no wonder that Amarilis Presilla has titled her memoir “Sometimes I Would Like to Sit Down and Cry.” Reminiscing can be painful when she thinks back on all the hardships she has known—not just within her family but for the Cuban people as well. Since arriving in the United States from Cuba seven years ago, Amarilis has written it all down, reliving both the good and the bad.

Her idyllic childhood in the riverside village of Mayari was not to last. A powerful flood laid waste to her beloved town, yet this was nothing compared to the coming upheaval of Castro’s revolution. What follows is an epic tale of love, family, struggle, self-improvement, and rebellion. Finally escaping and reuniting with her family, Amarilis Presilla now shares her triumphant story with you.

—Jack Silbert, The Hudson Reporter


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By Amarilis Presilla

No es nada extraño que Amarilis Presilla haya titulado sus memorias: “Algunas veces me gustaría sentarme y llorar”. Los recuerdos pueden ser muy dolorosos cuando ella mira hacia atrás y ve la sucesión de penas y maltratos que ha conocido, no solamente dentro de su familia sino también de todos los cubanos. Desde su llegada a los Estados Unidos desde la isla de Cuba en un vuelo directo siete años atrás, ella ha escrito una parte de las cosas que tuvo que vivir allí, reviviendo lo bueno y lo malo.

Su idílica niñez en su pequeño pueblo dentro de un valle con un río llamado Mayarí que duró muy poco tiempo. Una enorme creciente del río arrasó con todo, en conjunto con un fenómeno politico llamado Fidel Castro. Este libro es una historia épica de amor, familia, lucha por la supervivencia, por el propio desarrollo intelectual, y también de callada rebelión y desprecio a un régimen político. Al final la salida y la reunión con toda su familia. Amarilis Presilla ahora comparte su historia con ustedes.

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—Jack Silbert, Hudson Reporter.


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By Neil McKee
When I was a kid in the late 1950s, while I was a student at Paoli Elementary School, I read the famous children’s book that talks about the Kid from Leftfield. Also around that time, I always said to myself, “What is it going to be like in the year 2000? I’ll be fifty years old!” I couldn’t comprehend being that old; the thought of it scared me, and I’d probably be in a wheelchair or something worse. I bet a lot of people my age thought the same thing. This is the story of what that kid did when he reached the age of fifty.
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By Amarilis Presilla

It’s no wonder that Amarilis Presilla has titled her memoir “Sometimes I Would Like to Sit Down and Cry.” Reminiscing can be painful when she thinks back on all the hardships she has known—not just within her family but for the Cuban people as well. Since arriving in the United States from Cuba seven years ago, Amarilis has written it all down, reliving both the good and the bad.

Her idyllic childhood in the riverside village of Mayari was not to last. A powerful flood laid waste to her beloved town, yet this was nothing compared to the coming upheaval of Castro’s revolution. What follows is an epic tale of love, family, struggle, self-improvement, and rebellion. Finally escaping and reuniting with her family, Amarilis Presilla now shares her triumphant story with you.

—Jack Silbert, The Hudson Reporter


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By Amarilis Presilla

No es nada extraño que Amarilis Presilla haya titulado sus memorias: “Algunas veces me gustaría sentarme y llorar”. Los recuerdos pueden ser muy dolorosos cuando ella mira hacia atrás y ve la sucesión de penas y maltratos que ha conocido, no solamente dentro de su familia sino también de todos los cubanos. Desde su llegada a los Estados Unidos desde la isla de Cuba en un vuelo directo siete años atrás, ella ha escrito una parte de las cosas que tuvo que vivir allí, reviviendo lo bueno y lo malo.

Su idílica niñez en su pequeño pueblo dentro de un valle con un río llamado Mayarí que duró muy poco tiempo. Una enorme creciente del río arrasó con todo, en conjunto con un fenómeno politico llamado Fidel Castro. Este libro es una historia épica de amor, familia, lucha por la supervivencia, por el propio desarrollo intelectual, y también de callada rebelión y desprecio a un régimen político. Al final la salida y la reunión con toda su familia. Amarilis Presilla ahora comparte su historia con ustedes.

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—Jack Silbert, Hudson Reporter.


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By Sara Pizano, MA, DVM
Joan Rita Hahn Pizano was an eternal optimist and deeply spiritual. Her capacity to receive and give love was astounding and she was a beloved mother, wife, sister, aunt and friend. When her oncologist told her there were no more treatment options for her cancer, she faced the news with resolve and looked forward to the miracle of Heaven. Her lack of fear and depth of peace greatly helped her family and friends deal with the inevitable. But it was her sense of humor that impacted so many and as her daughter “chronicled” her last six months on earth, the stories evoked tears and laughter simultaneously. This is a story of a woman who was totally unafraid to die, who in fact embraced the process of the passing and who truly lived until she breathed her last breath.
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By Neil McKee
When I was a kid in the late 1950s, while I was a student at Paoli Elementary School, I read the famous children’s book that talks about the Kid from Leftfield. Also around that time, I always said to myself, “What is it going to be like in the year 2000? I’ll be fifty years old!” I couldn’t comprehend being that old; the thought of it scared me, and I’d probably be in a wheelchair or something worse. I bet a lot of people my age thought the same thing. This is the story of what that kid did when he reached the age of fifty.
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By Phillip van Eeden
Footsteps is a tribute to the life and character of an extraordinary friend who lived his life with a smile on his face.
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