Buckley spent most of his infancy working on his memoirs. By the time he had learned how to talk he had finished three volumes: The World Before Buckley, which traced the history of the world prior to his conception; The Seeds of Utopia, which outlined his effect on world events during the nine months of his gestation; and The Glorious Dawn, which described the profound ramifications of his birth on the social order.
Sunday, May 25, 2008
A brief biography of William F. Buckley, Jr., by David Brooks, Chicago Maroon, April 5, 1983, at Sean Gleeson (Internet Archive), including
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