6 edition of Without a Map found in the catalog.
January 7, 2000 by The MIT Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||233|
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Hall's memoir, Without a Map, is a devastating story of what happens when a person is exiled from her own life."—Frances Lefkowitz, Body + Soul "A poignant, unflinchingly assured memoir. /5(). Without a Map book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Meredith Hall's moving but unsentimental memoir begins inwhen /5. A Journey Without a Map was incredibly touching and inspiring. This is a must read for anyone who has experienced loss and grief. I found myself connecting to the author's experiences in multiple ways and could not put the book down.
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At the age of forty-four, Meredith Hall graduated from Bowdoin wrote her first essay, “Killing Chickens,” in Two years later, she won the $50, Gift of Freedom Award from A Room of Her Own Foundation, which gave her the financial freedom to devote time to Without a Map, her first other honors include a Pushcart Prize and notable essay 4/5(7).
Hall's memoir, Without a Map, is a devastating story of what happens when a person is exiled from her own life."—Frances Lefkowitz, Body + Soul "A poignant, unflinchingly assured memoir exquisite."Brand: Beacon Press. Large portions of her life are passed over without comment as she focuses on the central story of a teenager's mistake, turned by a punitive, judgmental society into a tragedy for two generations.
Ann Fessler's recent book, The Girls Who Went Away (Penguin Press, May ), told dozens of similar stories to create a searing group portrait.
The book's nonlinear structure is unusually well-executed and the story surges forward no matter what direction time is flowing in from chapter to chapter. The book weaves together mortality, relationships, loneliness, nature, and love without romanticizing the people, places, and feelings that Hall uses to explore her life, and the idea of 5/5(5).
Hall’s memoir, Without a Map, is a devastating story of what happens when a person is exiled from her own life.”—Frances Lefkowitz, Body + Soul “A poignant, unflinchingly assured memoir exquisite.” —Robert Braile, Boston Globe. Andrei Shleifer is Professor of Economics at Harvard University and recipient of the John Bates Clark Medal.
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Without a Map, By Meredith Hall, Beacon, pp., $ In a moment of curiosity and longing in an otherwise conventional life, Meredith Hall became pregnant out of wedlock at age 16 in Without a Map is one woman’s story, a story that will both inspire and anger its readers, a painful recreation of a societal attitude best left behind forever.
Solace can be taken from the fact that Hall was able to eventually create a good life for herself and even to be reunited with the son that she was forced to give away, sight unseen. Without a Map is a masterpiece.
—David James Duncan, author of The Brothers K and God Laughs and Plays "Heartbreaking, uplifting, and luminous, Without a Map contains some of the most lyrical and evocative prose I have I ever read. Meredith Hall's story of loss, shame, and betrayal is also a story of joy, reconnection, and survival; each.
"Meredith Hall's magnificent book held me in its thrall from the moment I began reading the opening pages. WITHOUT A MAP is a fluid, beautifully-written, hard-won piece of work that belongs on the shelf next to the best modern memoirs, and yet is in a category all its own.4/5(5).
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