The Stations Of Solitude

The Stations Of Solitude Alice Koller
  • Title: The Stations Of Solitude
  • Author: Alice Koller
  • ISBN: 9780688079406
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Stations Of Solitude Alice Koller The Stations Of Solitude The long awaited follow up to Koller s bestselling chronicle of self discovery An Unknown Woman outlines how Koller has used her personal philosophy to meet the challenges of everyday life and invites
    The long awaited follow up to Koller s bestselling chronicle of self discovery An Unknown Woman outlines how Koller has used her personal philosophy to meet the challenges of everyday life and invites readers to make their own commitment to honest living Topics include earning money, finding a home, mourning, and feeling good about living alone as well as with others.
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    1. Unlike any other book I have read This book is about one woman s non glamorous, mundane life Koller makes no effort to amuse, or be clever or witty She fits into no category that is in vogue today This book focuses on her effort to live a life she has chosen for herself She writes about finding a way to do work she loves, her struggles making ends meet and ordinary suffering such as the devastating loss of her favorite dog I am a single woman, and although my life is not so similar to Koller who [...]

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    2. I have had this book on a list or sitting on a shelf waiting to be read since the 90s An Unknown Woman is one of my favorite books ever and one that had a true impact on my lifebut timing is everything and that book arrived in my hands at the perfect time, this one came a bit too late I did enjoy knowing what happened to Koller after she left Nantucket, I find her writing simple and direct and oddly moving She writes with emotion, and you can feel what she feels I think I would have carried away [...]

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    3. I read this almost every year on or around my birthday I first read it in 1997 One of my absolute favorites.

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    4. This one is a sequel to Koller s previous book An Unknown Woman and yet it s not We do get details of her life since leaving Nantucket, but those threads function as jumping off points for going into her philosophy of life Readers expecting a lot of memoir will likely be disappointed, finding themselves skimming through large parts of this book.

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    5. Having loved her first book, An Unknown Woman, I found myself unexpectedly disappointed with The Stations of Solitude Perhaps I was so enad of the earlier effort and just wanted of the same, which, of course, is an impossibility.

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    6. I would give this 20 stars if I could It has the best passages on mourning that I have ever read.

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    7. what an awful book thank god I finally finished it

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    8. The musings of a profoundly self centered woman For all that she claims to be examining herself, she is unwilling to ask herself any hard questions.

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