Janet Harris Quote

At its most basic root, the death or disintegration of one's parents is a harsh reminder of one's own mortality.


The Prime of Ms. America: The American Woman at Forty (1976 edition)

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At its most basic root, the death or disintegration of one's parents is a harsh reminder of one's own mortality.

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At its most basic root, the death or disintegration of one's parents is a harsh reminder of one's own mortality.

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At its most basic root, the death or disintegration of one's parents is a harsh reminder of one's own mortality.

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At its most basic root, the death or disintegration of one's parents is a harsh reminder of one's own mortality.