New passages: mapping your life across time

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G.K. Hall, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 910 pages
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A provocative sequel to and a significant extension of Sheehy's international bestseller Passages. Sheehy finds a revolution in the adult life cycle as she traces not only radical changes in the earlier phases of the '20s, '30s, and '40s, but discovers and maps out the new frontier--a second adulthood in middle life.

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Review: New Passages

User Review  - Miguel Garcia - Goodreads

Very informative. Taking you thru every step of development from young adult to all the way into your 50's. Sprinkled with real life accounts from some of her research subjects. Some of which you can ... Read full review

Review: New Passages

User Review  - Sue - Goodreads

Nothing like reading a “landmark” book 20 years after it was written. Sheehy, author of the original Passages in 1976, charts our path through the ages again with a new perspective. People are living ... Read full review

Contents

Note from the Author
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Oh Pioneers
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PART
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Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Gail Sheehy, the author of eleven hooks including her most recent work, "New Passages: Mapping Your Life Across Time, " is best known for her landmark work, "Passages, " named in a 1991 Library of Congress survey among the top ten books that have most influenced people's lives.

One of the original contributors to "New York" magazine, Ms. Sheehy is also a political journalist and contributing editor to "Vanity Fair." She is the mother of two daughters and divides her time between New York City and Berkeley, California, where she lives with her husband, Clay Felker, who teaches at the University of California, Berkeley, school of journalism.