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The social perception of loss is denotatively and connotatively negative. It's a word we associate with the agonies of death, the frustrations of deprivation, and the erosion of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jimmy Neenan
Tried to get through the book as I was reading it for book club. Ended up skipping parts along the way. Still not sure the point of the book.Published 3 months ago by kathy Kort
The root of the word, 'lost', is the Old English 'losian', to perish. Today, it carries some of that association, but more often means that we simply do not know where we are. Read morePublished 4 months ago by David Thomas
She's an excellent writer, but this wasn't exactly what I was looking for so I wasn't as interested in it as I thought I would be.Published 4 months ago by sgmatty
Book of great compassion and astute brilliance. Loved it. Solnit is a star!Published 5 months ago by Luanne McKinnon
I love this book for many reasons.
We all know that writing is a form of art and I love this book because Rebecca Solnit takes the art of writing to another level to the... Read more
It was supposed to be a new book, which technically it is, but it has the annoying felt pen mark on the bottom of the book indicating it is a remaindered book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by James Housman