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Quartet of Human Love, Human Frailty-bookcover

By: Elizabeth Muir-Lewis

Quartet of Human Love, Human Frailty

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These four short stories embrace many emotions and characters: the man who goes back to his past to find a lost love; a woman with terminal cancer who finds a miracle in Australia; a shy girl who finds a lover and deals with her eccentric grandmother; and a visit to heaven, where a woman is amazed to find herself at the pearly gates.

There are intriguing characters and unusual stories in a collection that explores human tragedy and frailty, and also love.

Elizabeth Muir-Lewis is a singer, conductor and teacher. After a career in America, Europe and Great Britain, she decided to extend her conducting by forming and directing a large choral society in the South of England. She took the choir on three European tours, as well as, unusually, dramatizing many choral works, such as Mendelssohn’s Elijah and Bach’s St Matthew Passion. Elizabeth has always written poems and stories, but never took it seriously. In recent years she has begun to find stimulus in word painting, something that has fired her creativity.

Elizabeth hopes that whoever reads these short stories, enjoys them. They are the result of many things: something she heard, people she knew and little things that become embroidered and finally become a story.

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