8 edition of The stations of solitude found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||B945.K715 A3 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 364 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||364|
|LC Control Number||89029899|
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The Stations of Solitude is a powerful book. Koller is right. The need for solitude is the need of every soul; solitude is how the soul feeds itself. In real solitude you aren't alone; you have yourself. This book speaks the raw truth about how to drop deep into your own life, the difficulties of being single when you are ready to meet the /5(12).
Having loved her first book, An Unknown Woman, I found myself unexpectedly disappointed with The Stations of Solitude. Perhaps I was so enamored of the earlier effort and just wanted more of the same, which, of course, is an impossibility/5.
Get this from a library. The stations of solitude. [Alice Koller] -- Presents Alice's process of making choices about our lives, of being alone, and the exhilaration of solitude.
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Koller reflects upon aspects of her life as the stations of solitude: among them are awakening, homing, working, loving, moneying, connecting, mourning, and recessing.
The author emphasizes the benefits of being alone and The stations of solitude book fulfillment that can come from activity that is purposeful, free, and self-determined.
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The silence is within me, permeates my house, reaches beyond the surfaces of the outer walls and into the bordering woods. It is one silence, continuous from within me outward in all directions: above, beneath. ♡Insightful and just Perfect!. Love this book. Absolutely love being alone!!♡ ♥ A life without solitude is a diminished life.
♥ "There must be an art to it, I thought. A certain practice, or alchemy, that turns loneliness into solitude, blank days into blank canvases/5.
Her second and most recent book, “The Stations of Solitude,” goes back over much of this same terrain, recounting her experiences on Nantucket as well as similar attempts to live completely. The ""stations"" she writes of—""Unbinding, Homing, Moneying, Connecting, Recessing,"" etc.—are guidelines of a sort, but whatever value they might have on their own is undermined by the personal anecdotes that comprise 80% of the book.
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It won the Arthur C. Clarke Award in The novel was well received by critics, with praise emphasizing the understated nature of Author: Emily St. John Mandel. He contrasts the beauty and solemn simplicity of the more traditional Stations by artist Curd Lessig with modern images that challenge us to link Jesus’ story to the struggle of our everyday life.
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The Stations of Solitude by Alice Koller. Bantam. Paperback. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, will have the markings and stickers associated from the library.
Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.The book is a unique view of solitude and spirituality, and Ozelsel is an excellent guide, writing with heart-felt intimacy and refreshing honesty.
reviewed "Alone in the Temple: A Personal Essay On Solitude and the Woman Poet," by Leslie A. Miller, in Kansas Quarterly, vol. 24/25, issue 4/1, /93, p. .Alice Koller evokes an independence of spirit, of freedom; she shows us how the being alone most of us fear can be transformed into unending creativity.
She guides the reader through the stations of solitude, the stopping places at which we make choices about the life we wish to live, the person we wish to become. pages. x inches.