Timothy Shay Arthur

The Fruits of Sorrow

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In this story, the narrator is recovering from an illness in the company of Lucy Latimer, a local lady who loves to help the ailing. When he notes a look of sadness in her eyes, she tells him of the “one great sorrow” of her life. Her brush with tragedy reveals the fruits such experiences can have in our lives. Though relatively unknown today, Timothy Shay Arthur was a highly influential voice in nineteenth-century life.
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