Bill W.: A Strange Salvation : a Biographical Novel Based on Key Moments in the Life of Bill Wilson, the Alcoholics Anonymous Founder, and a Probing of His Mysterious 11-year Depression

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Vedantic Shores Press, 2003 - Fiction - 216 pages
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After Bill Wilson's supreme achievement in founding Alcoholics Anonymous, why would he have suffered a serious depression that lasted more than a decade? This book attempts to throw light on the question. It states that Bill W's depression may have been his salvation, and saved him from a worse fate.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments Authors Note Chronology
Prologue
P A RT ONE 1 The Rupture
The Tavern
Lost Love
Pilgrimage
Relapse and Recovery
The Pact
The Spiritual Challenge
Lois and the Phantom Years
The Moment at Towns
A Passion to Know
Akron
PA RT THREE 16 The Omen
The Princess
The Trauma

A New Self
P A RT TWO 8 The Ambiguities of Memory
A Wedding and Its Aftermath
The Dark Presence

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