Boston-born Ralph Waldo Emerson lost his father, a Concord minister, when he was eight years old, leaving the family in difficult circumstances.
This article discusses the ability of several prominent literary figures to talk at length. The article also discusses which figures are quieter or are in need of conversational partners in order to express their verbal abilities.
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