Articulating Biographical Sketches of Diminutive Luminaries
by Josef Alfasa
Articulating Biographical Sketches of Diminutive Luminaries glimpses into the lives of men and women whose short heights did not stop them from making giant accomplishments.
For a short person to live in a world filled with talls who look down at those who are not blessed with the same height is tough. There are many struggling days when the short ones battle their way to make their presence known and acknowledged. Over the years, there are a number of short people who have proven that an individuals worth is not measured by height, but by what he has inside and what he can offer the world and his fellow men.
In this book, Josef Alfasa examines the lives of the most notable diminutive figures in history, such as Napoleon Bonaparte, Pablo Picasso, Mahatma Gandhi, Dorothy Parker, and Charlie Chaplin. These people not only became forces with which to be reckoned, some of them were able to affect the course of history. These facts prove that short ones can do as much as tall individuals can, and sometimes more.About the Author
Josef Alfasa enjoys attending parties and offering his felicitations in writing with parodies in poetry and/or prose. Other hobbies include sculpting and electric trains.(2012, paperback, 116 pages)