Getting Older, Growing Younger
Submitter: I love that Barbara Cartland’s most important take away from Birth of a Nation was how entrancing Lillian Gish was. I scanned a few paged of medical advice she gives as well.
Holly: I’m sure we all had this book in our public libraries in the 80s. You really can let it go now, though. The poor Dame passed away 16 years ago at 99 years old, which put her at 83 when this book was written. Move on to Suzanne Somers and Christiane Northrup for this demographic. Barbara Cartland could be their great-grandmother!
Growing Even Older: