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eBook In the Morning: Reflections from First Light download ISBN: 0881460222
Author: Philip Lee Williams
Publisher: Mercer University Press; First Edition edition (September 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 158
ePub: 1963 kb
Fb2: 1306 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Essays and Correspondence

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Morning is a part of everyone’s life. But relatively little has been written directly about morning itself because it is a background rather than a major theme. In this book of creative nature non-fiction, author Philip Lee Williams takes us on a journey that is scientific, artistic, and very personal. A self-proclaimed morning person, Williams looks at morning from a number of angles, including those of science, art, religion, and sociology. But mostly he shows us, in deeply personal essays, how morning has operated in his own life

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Find sources: "Philip Lee Williams" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (December 2007) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Philip Lee Williams was born in 1950, one of three children of Ruth Sisk Williams (1924–2008) and Marshall Woodson Williams (1922– ). He, his parents, and his older brother John Mark Williams (borm 1948), moved to Madison, Georgia, in 1953, where Marshall Williams had accepted a job as a chemistry teacher at Morgan County High School.

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Book by Williams, Philip Lee. Download In the Morning: Reflections from First Light by Philip Lee Williams free. In the Morning: Reflections from First Light by Philip Lee Williams fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE. When death draws near. Philip Lee Williams (born January 30, 1950) is an American novelist, poet, and essayist noted for his explorations of the natural world, intense human relationships, and aging. A native of Athens, Georgia, he grew up in the nearby town of Madison.

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Ximathewi
A marvelous collection of beautifully written essays that reinforce the powerful, life-sustaining essence that is morning.
Invissibale
Georgia-based author Philip Lee Williams offers deeply-felt praise for mornings in his new book which consists of a series of essays on mornings. The writing is lyrical and rich with imagery and brilliantly-rendered details from the authors' own life. He writes about his seven acres on Wildcat Ridge in rural Oconee County, Georgia. He tells us morning stories from his childhood, young adulthood, and as a father of two children and husband of wife, Linda, a night person. In one section, Williams takes us on a dangerous but also beautiful canoe trip with his brother, Mark. We visit ancient family graves and learn about his ancestors. Near the end of the book, Williams details several of the most significant mornings in his life, including the birth of his first grandchild. The entire book is bathed in nature with a generous helping of historical facts as they relate to morning, plus spirituality of the morning variety.

This book will appeal most to morning people, especially those who cherish and enjoy reading about the natural world. But you don't have to be a morning person to love this book. Even night people will find themselves lost in the poetry and nature of Williams' mornings.