Wandering flushes a glory that fades with arrival.
No pain, no death, is more terrible to a wild creature than its fear of man.
I would rather die a meaningful death than to live a meaningless life.- Corazon Aquino
Fear of death has been the greatest ally of tyranny past and present.- Sidney Hook
Death is a very important part of life.- GG Allin
Death devours all lovely things; Lesbia with her sparrow Shares the darkness-presently Eve...- Edna St. Vincent Millay
I have a rendezvous with Death At some disputed barricade, When Spring comes round with ru...- Alan Seeger
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|Birth:||6th August, 1926|
|Death:||26th December, 1987|
John Alec Baker was born in Chelmsford, Essex, The United Kingdom. He was an English author best known for The Peregrine, which won the Duff Cooper Prize in 1967. Baker's only other book is 1969's The Hill of Summer, a lyrical and somewhat visionary account of summer's progress across the wilder parts of southern England. In 2011, Collins published a new edition of The Peregrine which also included The Hill of Summer and extracts from his diaries.
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