“Sometimes I watched the audience erase the speech from their minds as it was being delivered,” Latimer says.
“They were talking about my book to friends of mine and trying to find out what it was about,” Latimer says.
Never mind that McGurn was once an enthusiastic admirer of Latimer's work ( see emails here).
Latimer ends up, as most White House staffers do, disillusioned and disappointed.
In his memoir Speech-Less: Tales of a White House Survivor, Latimer says the line was inserted by Thiessen and approved by Bush.
Mrs. Latimer's sobs only roused his wrath at all the misery she had wrought.
Mr. Latimer, too, ceased not to say, "O Father of heaven receive my soul!"
These ashes were the remains of the fire of October 16th, 1555—the day when Ridley and Latimer were burned.
Latimer, in his Second Sermon preached in Lincolnshire, p. 475.
Violet meanwhile begins to anticipate the day at Mrs. Latimer's as much as she dreads that at madame's.