novel, tr Julia Shurek Smith
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A widowed Buenos Aires artist decides to celebrate her forty-ninth birthday by spending the summer alone in a remote seaside village. Tomorrow I'll Say, Enough is Alejandra's "apprenticeship of solitude", in which she tries to escape the family and social pressures which have restricted her for so long. With humor and irony, she describes the visits by her three daughters who descend upon her with their emotional and financial demands. Ultimately, it is her daughters' greed which prompts Alejandra to make some decisions about her future.About the Author:
Judy Jacka has been practising as a natural therapist in Melbourne since 1971, and has worked with over 20 000 clients. She began her career in the healing area as a trained nurse before qualifying as a natural therapist, and later undertook a postgraduate diploma in Human Relations Education. Since 1972 she has been principal, and then chairperson, of the Southern School of Natural Therapies, and has been involved with a number of submissions on natural therapies to the government. She is well known as a lecturer both to the general public and to professional groups.
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