WE KNOW ABOUT LONELINESS!!!!
A life cut tragically short, by a car accident, holds meaning
and longevity. Marina Keegan, age 22, had just graduated only
five short days earlier from Yale University. Her promising
career had been jump started being hired by the magazine, “The
New Yorker.” She was soon to be considered a staff writer.
Marina’s family collected, posthumously, stories, essays and her
journal entries that ranged from serious subjects to silly ones.
Marina’s imagination created enough ‘life’s work,’ to publish in
a book called, “The Opposite of Loneliness.” (It has nine short
stories and nine essays.)
If you wish to read about her May 26, 2012 accident where she
and a young man’s car ‘rolled on Route 6,’ you can find an article
on the internet. Marina was from the town of Wayland, Massachusetts.
The article was posted in the “Cape Cod Today” newspaper. The book
has a forward written by one…
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