This slim volume collects excerpts from Mother Teresa of Calcutta's letters and speeches and shapes them into an autobiography of sorts. Simply and with humor, Mother Teresa shares details of her life and work as founder and head of the Missionaries of Charity. As always, her deep spirituality and her commitment to comforting the poor and suffering are strongly evident. No new insights into her personality are given; most of the material is covered in greater depth in books such as Eileen Egan's Such a Vision of the Street ( LJ 4/1/85) and Edward LeJoly's Mother Teresa of Calcutta ( LJ 6/1/85), and despite the book's brevity, some anecdotes are repeated. Not a necessary purchase. Nancy M. Laskowski, Free Lib. of Philadelphia
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Book Description Harpercollins, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11006068237X
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