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Letters to My Son: Reflections on Becoming a Man

Letters to My Son: Reflections on Becoming a Man

by Kent Nerburn

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The creation of this book of thoughtful, serious essays was initiated by the birth of a son to the author, who is a teacher and writer in Minnesota. The 28 essays, which are delightfully lyrical in tone, examine the way men look at such basic life experiences as sex, love, marriage, fatherhood, money, work, violence, and war, as well as the spiritual journey men must make. As Nerburn states, ``We are born male. We must learn to be men,'' and here he aims to explain to himself, his new son, and, ultimately, his readers, just how and what men learn. The result is always engaging. Recommended for public library collections.-- Del Cain, VA Medical Ctr. Lib., Bedford, Mass.

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