The Resource "And that shows you how I came from nothing", 2004
- "And that shows you how I came from nothing", 2004
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- Includes an interview with the author's grandfather about his life experiences. Explains how the emotion of an oral narrative helps the author better understand the events described. Narrative relates experiences of Albert Randle Heath during the Depression, WWII, a mission he served for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, his athletic career as a boxer and tennis player, his faith, and several other personally significant experiences
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- Heath grew up in Utah, Idaho, and Chicago. He visited his grandfather every summer and developed a sense of awe at the life he lived. Heath was a student at Brigham Young University when he submitted this project.
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