Judith Viorst

author of “Nearing Ninety: And Other Comedies of Late Life”


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Longtime writer Judith Viorst is 88 years old.

Making marriage last, and other wisdom from a humor writer near her 90s

Longtime writer Judith Viorst is 88 years old.

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