By Michael D. Eisner
Through the years, as a camper and a counselor, Disney CEO Michael Eisner absorbed the lifestyles classes that come from sitting within the stern of a canoe or assembly round a campfire at evening. With anecdotes from his time spent at Keewaydin and tales from his existence within the higher echelons of yank company that illustrate the camp's persisted impression, Eisner creates a touching and insightful portrait of his personal coming-of-age, in addition to a powerful assertion of summer time camp as a useful nationwide establishment.
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Lasting gratitude to GERARD PURCELL who believed concretely and to TONY D’AMATO who understood. Thanks to ABBEY LINCOLN ROACH for naming my book. A final thanks to my editor at Random House, ROBERT LOOMIS, who gently prodded me back into the lost years. “What you looking at me for? I didn’t come to stay …” I hadn’t so much forgot as I couldn’t bring myself to remember. Other things were more important. “What you looking at me for? I didn’t come to stay …” Whether I could remember the rest of the poem or not was immaterial.
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