• "You Learn by Living" by Eleanor Roosevelt is an educational book written by the former First Lady of the United States of America in response to letters she received.
• The letters she received asks what she has learned in her lifetime and she decides to share that information to reach a larger audience.
• Ms. Roosevelt wants to dispense advice to those who would like help with given problems.
• "You Learn by Living" is an inspirational book that provides hope for the reader.
• The reader might possibly be urged to follow Ms. Roosevelt's advice in order to become successful.
• Eleanor Roosevelt takes time to reflect on what she has learned through living.
• She then offers guideposts to steer others away from pitfalls.
• She realizes that people truly only learn through their own mistakes.
• Eleanor Roosevelt acknowledges that, in addition to people learning from their own mistakes, they...
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