Partings: And Other Beginnings

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Continuum, 1993 - Psychology - 132 pages
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How we leave each other can often say as much about who we are as how we say hello or maintain relationships with persons, places, and things around us. This theme is a constant in these remembrances by Montana outdoors writer Rudner, as she writes of the many farewells along the way in her search for identity, solitude, and community.

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Rudner, a journalist, provides a wonderful exploration of human identity in terms of how people say good-bye to places, things, and people. Some of the partings are temporary or casual, more are ... Read full review

Contents

Monte Alban
1
The Warmth of a Stone
11
The Train
18
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Ruth Rudner lives in Bozeman, Montana. She frequently writes on life in the West for the Wall Street Journal. Her peregrinations in Europe and the United States are the subject of five previously published books.

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