Dikkon Eberhart grew up surrounded by literary giants, the great poets of the 20th century. His father, Richard Eberhart was a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who filled their home with his luminary friends, among them T.S. Eliot, Dylan Thomas, Allen Ginsberg, Robert Frost and W.H. Auden. In his memoir, The time Mom met Hitler, Frost came to dinner, and I heard the Greatest Story ever told, Eberhart shares numerous stories from his literary childhood and the long shadow they cast as he grew into a young man searching to make his own way in life. Surprisingly, even to himself, Dikkon's path lead him to Jesus. Now, in his mature years he finds peace in his identity resting not in comparison with the brightest minds of his father's generation, but with the acceptance of a heavenly Father and a place in loving community.