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You Learn by Living Chapter Summary & Analysis - Foreword Summary

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Foreword Summary and Analysis

You Learn by Living by Eleanor Roosevelt is an educational book written by the former First Lady of the United States of America in order to make helpful suggestions in response to letters she has received. Feeling that the sum of the letters she receives asks what she has learned in her lifetime that will help with a given problem, Eleanor Roosevelt writes this book to reach out to a greater number of people with her advice, though she repeatedly emphasizes the fact that one method does not necessarily work for everyone. You Learn by Living is an inspirational book that provides hope for the reader and possibly the urge to follow Eleanor Roosevelt's advice to become successful.

Eleanor Roosevelt receives many letters over the years from people asking questions to help solve their problems. The sum of these questions asks what she has learned...

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