“This journal is not only rich in the love of nature and the love of solitude. It is an honorable confession of the writer's faults, fears, sadness, and disappointments. . . . On the surface, Journal of a Solitude
is a quiet book, but if you will read it carefully you will be aware of violent needs and a valiant warrior who has battled every inch of the way to a share of serenity. This is a beautiful book, wise and warm within its solitude.” (Eugenia Thornton - Cleveland Plain Dealer)
About the Author
May Sarton (1912-1995) was an acclaimed poet, novelist, and memoirist.