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We’re All Doing Time: A Guide for Getting Free by Bo Lozoff Often called "The Convict's Bible," this book is also relevant and important to any spiritual seeker. Interfaith wisdom, divided into 3 sections: The Big View describes Bo and Sita Lozoff's life of activism and spiritual exploration. Getting Free is a section of detailed instruction in classic spiritual practices. Dear Bo: Letters of Prison, Letters of Freedom is correspondence between Bo and dozens of the inmates he has challenged, encouraged, and loved. This is an amazing book, which has moved people to great extremes. It has been translated into 5 languages. We're All Doing Time has been hailed by Village Voice as "one of the ten books everyone in the world should read." Illustrated in B W. From the back cover: "Through insights, stories, cartoons, and a profound sharing of over a decade's correspondence with prisoners and their loved ones, Bo Lozoff elequently touches on the most important issues of all our lives in this remarkable book. His practical, timeless wisdom directs us back upon ourselves for the way to true freedom; for as he says, until we're truly free we're just doing time in one prison or another." Human Kindness Foundation, , 1st ed.1985, 2nd ed. 1986, 3rd ed. 1989; 317 pages, 6" x 9", trade paperback, illustrated. The Getting of Wisdom Author: Henry Handel Richardson Format: Paperback Publisher: Virago Pr Edition Description: Reprint ISBN-10: 0860681793 Educational Level: High School Publication Year: 1992 Product Type: Fiction Condition: GOOD Category: Philosophy The getting of wisdom (A Virago modern classic) by Henry Handel Richardson From 500 Great Books by Women; review by Jesse Larsen Laura Tweedle Rambotham was raised in a tiny coastal village in at the beginning of the twentieth century. The natural beauty and spaciousness of her rural first home softened many of the harsh realities caused by the meagerness of Laura's widowed mother's income as a seamstress. Laura - called "disobedient and self-willed" by her mother and "Wondrous Fair" by her younger sister and brothers in honor of the many happy hours they've spent acting out Laura's favorite stories - is sent off to Melbourne to attend boarding school at age twelve. Wearing a dress she is sure is too short and a hat her mother lined with embarrassingly vivid red velvet, and carrying only one small suitcase of clothing, Laura's self-confidence diminishes with each mile of her train ride. Within a week of her arrival at school, Laura knows "You might regulate your outward habit to the last button of what you were expected to wear; you might conceal the tiny flaws and shuffle over the big improprieties in your home life... yet of what use were all your pains, if you could not marshal your thoughts and feelings - the very realest part of you - in rank and file as well?" The Getting of Wisdom is a poignantly hilarious account of a young woman's desperate attempts to control her feelings and survive her education. · Unknown Binding: 233 pages · Publisher: Virago (1981) · ISBN: 0860681793 · 7 3/4" x 5" · Green cover which shows a detail from 'Perplexed' by James Hayllar. · Tight binding; · Clean pages; · Water stain on first inside page in the middle on bottom, also initials and year 1986 written on top of this page. · List price: L2.95 (British pounds) · Printed in Details Series: Virago Modern Classics Series Size Height: 7.8 in. Width: 5.0 in. Thickness: 0.8 in. Weight: 6.4 oz The Process of Fiction-CONTEMPORARY STORIES AND CRITICISM Author: Barbara McKenzie Format: Paperback Publisher: Pub Edition: 2 ISBN-10: 0155719866 Educational Level: College Publication Year: 1974 Product Type: LITERARY CRITICISM Condition: GOOD Category: MODERN (description exceeds maximum possible length)
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