This person is the author of the book who has received many letters asking what she has learned in life to help solve certain dilemmas, which is the reason she decides to write the book.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
This person is the President of the United States of America from 1933 until 1945, during the Great Depression and World War II.
This person is Eleanor Roosevelt's teacher at the French School in England who wants her students to sift the information that she teaches through their own intelligence rather than just memorizing what she tells them.
This person is Eleanor Roosevelt's aunt who is deaf and handicapped but never loses interest in life. She is greatly missed after her death.
This person is Franklin Delano's childless wife who is frequently visited by her nieces and nephews.
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