Journal of A SolitudeBook - 1973
"I am here alone for the first time in weeks," May Sarton begins this book, "to take up my 'real' life again at last. That is what is strange--that friends, even passionate love,are not my real life, unless there is time alone in which to explore what is happening or what has happened." In this journal, she says, "I hope to break through into the rough, rocky depths,to the matrix itself. There is violence there and anger never resolved. My need to be alone is balanced against my fear of what will happen when suddenly I enter the huge empty silence if I cannot find support there."
Publisher: New York, Norton 
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: 818 S25j
Characteristics: 208 p. illus. 21 cm
From Library Staff
This is a quiet reflection on solitude and what it means to the spirit.