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From May Sarton's Well: Writings of May Sarton

by Edith Royce Schade

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The one reinforces and augments the other. May Sarton's poetry and prose excerpts speak about the need to engage with and appreciate this world that we live in, its glories and its tragedies alike. Edith Royce Schade's haunting black-and-white photographs draw out and complement these words in a lovely duet. As May Sarton says on page 36, "making space to be there," to be present in our lives, is a lesson we should all learn every day. Today, Thanksgiving, is a great day to begin. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0918949513, Paperback)

Like many other women, Connecticut photographer Edith Royce Schade first discovered the writing of May Sarton in the early seventies. This beautiful gift book offers readers an extrordinary photographic "feast" and an opportunity to drink deeply From May Sarton's Well.

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A book of photographs with excerpts from Sarton's verse and prose. They include one on the contemplative life, in which she writes: "loneliness is the poverty of the self ... solitude is the richness of the self."

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