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Drawing the line

Author: Susan Gardner
Publisher: [Santa Fe, N.M.] : Red Mountain Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English
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This is a powerfully evocative memoir of a life that starts in New York City and crosses East Asia, Western Europe, Latin America, and the American southwest. The lively narrative traces six decades of the author's life, beginning as a precocious, quiet natured child in a turbulent, combative household. It recounts a life spent largely in motion, and the determined struggle to reach personal fulfillment in the face  Read more...
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Named Person: Susan Gardner
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Gardner
ISBN: 9780979986550 0979986559
OCLC Number: 712118254
Description: 267 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Responsibility: Susan Gardner.

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This is a powerfully evocative memoir of a life that starts in New York City and crosses East Asia, Western Europe, Latin America, and the American southwest. The lively narrative traces six decades of the author's life, beginning as a precocious, quiet natured child in a turbulent, combative household. It recounts a life spent largely in motion, and the determined struggle to reach personal fulfillment in the face of contrary demands and persistent upheaval. It's a compelling story of dedication, survival, and the joyous complexity of new beginnings.--From publisher description.

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Sophisticated and profound, DRAWING THE LINE is soulful and beautiful.

by suchard (WorldCat user published 2011-08-15) Excellent Permalink

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