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Topic - Ruth Graham
A recent Slate article lambasted adults for reading young adult novels. Other writers defended YA fiction and discussed the benefits adults can obtain from reading these novels.
Ruth Graham, daughter to worldwide evangelical preacher Billy Graham, said of a recent visit with her father: He's "at peace," but his health has regressed to the point that he didn't recognize her.
MONTREAT, N.C. (AP) — Ruth Graham retained her beauty even in death and surely "had a great reception in heaven," an ailing Billy Graham told a packed auditorium of mourners who gathered yesterday to remember his beloved wife.
MONTREAT, N.C. (AP) — Ruth Graham, who surrendered dreams of missionary work in Tibet to marry a suitor who became the world's most renowned evangelist, died yesterday. She was 87.