A life worth living: selected letters of John Holt

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Ohio State University Press, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 285 pages
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Selected letters of John Holt. Holt findings and making his 'life worth living and work worth doing' and those that in some way look at the relation between struggling for an individual life worth living and a collective one, at what it means to see one's own life's work in terms of the larger world. Holt had an interest in schools, coming to understand what was wrong with schools, struggling to fix those wrongs, and finally realizing that some of the wrongs could not be fixed and that something entirely different was necessary.

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JOHN HOLT is the author of" Coyote Nowhere--In Search of America's Last Frontier, "the" Montana Fly-Fishing Guides East "and" West "(page 157), and several other books. He has written for" Men's Journal, Fly Fisherman, The Denver Post, Gray's Sporting Journal, Travel & Leisure, Playboy," and" American Cowboy," He is a contributing editor for "Big Sky Journal" and lives in Livingston, Montana.

Sheffer has edited Growing Without Schooling magazine for eleven years. She is married to Aaron Falbel, who also writes about issues in education.

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