Mona Simpson

October 31, 2011 by staff 

Mona Simpson, “Although a feminist life, all had been waiting for a man of love that could love. For decades, I thought the man was my father. When I was 25, I met this man and he was my brother” writes the novelist Mona Simpson, in his praise for the brother, Steve Jobs. His eulogy was published in the New York Times on Sunday.

When Simpson received that call, she was living in New York and works in her first novel:

“I had a job in a small magazine in an office the size of a closet, with three other aspiring writers one day when a lawyer called me -. Me, the middle-class girl from California, who annoy the boss buys us health insurance – and said his client was rich and famous and it was my lost brother, the young editors mad This was 1985 and worked in a leading literary magazine, but I had fallen into the plot of a Dickens novel and . Really, we all liked the lawyer refused to tell me the name of my brother and my colleagues started a group of bets The leading candidate: John Travolta in secret … waiting for a literary descendant of Henry James – someone with more talent I, someone bright, without even trying. ”

Although he was a millionaire, Jobs always picked at the airport when Simpson came to visit. She also saw parts of it that few outside his inner circle know:

“Steve was like a child in the amount of time we spend talking about love. Love was his supreme virtue, their god of the gods. Monitoring and concerned about the romantic life of the people who work with him.”

Even when Jobs was very sick, Simpson writes, “taste, and discrimination trial. Passed by 67 nurses before and after finding soulmates completely trusted the three who stayed with him until the end. Tracy. Arthur. Elham. ”

As the Green Bay Press Gazette explained in a recent article, the biological mother of Jobs was 23 years old, Joanne Schieble, whose family owned a mink farm on the east side of Green Bay. She met her father, 23 years old, Abdulfattah Jandali, Syria, while both were students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Schieble gave birth to Jobs in California, and was placed with a foster family. Jandali Schieble and later married and had a daughter, Mona, in 1957. After his parents divorced, his mother remarried and became Mona Mona Simpson.

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