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The Child Who Never Grew by Pearl S. Buck
Originally published in 1950, Buck's account of her struggle to aid and understand her daughter with mental retardation was perhaps the initial speech act of its gracious by a populace figure. New bodied written for this printing amplifies her floor and gives the product a humanistic discipline perspective. This very slim volume comprised of a mere 62 pages was in the beginning an piece in the Ladies’ Home Journal in 1950.
The Child Who Never Grew Quotes by Pearl S. Buck
“I am always moved, with grateful wonder, by the goodness of people. For the few who are snoopy or humbly critical, for the very few who rejoice in the grief of others, there are the thousands who are kind. I have come to think that the natural human heart is good, and I have discovered that this goodness is found in all varieties of people, and that it can and does rule in venom of opposite corruptions.