Results for "author_first: Doris, author_last: Grumbach"
In solitude I felt the humane force of the sun In solitude I felt the humane force of the sun
My taste for ruins My taste for ruins
I travel by means of memory I travel by means of memory
Doris Grumbach in Extra Innings Keeping a journal thins my skin
Doris Grumbach in Fifty Days of Solitude Quakers. During their worship service
Fifty Days of Solitude Charts the result of an experiment where silence enables the author to see herself more clearly.
Coming Into The End Zone Recounts the inner and external events in this novelist's 70th year.
Life in a Day Takes us through an ordinary 18 hours in her home in Maine.
Extra Innings Examines her seventy-first year.