Reflections on Half a Century

  • 出版日期:2011/06/08
  • 語言:英文
  • ISBN: 9781612045764
  • 字數: 8,007
電子書售價:NT$ 149

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A collection of poems describing major events that have occurred over the last 50 years in the United States. The United States has seen a great deal of change in the past fifty years. From the assassination of JFK, to men landing on the moon, to the Vietnam War, to the destruction of the World Trade Center and the War in Iraq, the United States has had its share of ups and downs. The "baby boomers" have witnessed much of that change as they have grown


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  • 詳細書訊

    Reflections on Half a Century is a poignant volume of poetry that details author Jeff Rimland's journey through the past fifty years. It covers the bigger issues that changed both the country and the world, but also includes the smaller details that were important in the life of the author. This meaningful chronicle of the past five decades will give rise to emotions that many of us are not able to express in words.

    About the Author 

    Jeff Rimland has written over 250 poems, and Reflections on Half a Century is his third published book of poetry. Jeff possesses an MBA in International Business, a certificate in Career Development Facilitation, taught college courses, has over 30 years of business experience, and what feels like centuries of life experience. Jeff lives with his three children, dog, and cat on Long Island, New York. He would be interested in any comment you have and can be contacted at or


    Reflections on Half a Century