The author examines the process of becoming a person through stations of solitude, pivotal stopping places for reflection and choices
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Koller constructs a contemplation on the place of Truth within daily life around such daily themes as waking, working, relationships, and dealing with money. The result is mostly autobiographical, almost claustrophobically so: what Koller thought, felt, and did looms so large as to obscure any helpful setting and too often closes off the reader from the described experience. Author of An Unknown Woman ( LJ 2/1/82), Koller is a scholar/writer who seems to center her life around herself and her dogs; she takes pride in her independence but complains when others have not come to her assistance as thoroughly as she believes they might. This is a disappointing book, primarily because Koller seems to be writing for herself, failing to invite readers into her exclusive domain of solitude.
- Francisca Goldsmith, Berkeley P.L., Cal.
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