The Education of Harriet Hatfield: A Novel by May Sarton

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The Education of Harriet Hatfield: A Novel

'“Ms. Sarton’s powerful portrayal of the shy, reserved woman’s battle becomes a moving statement about the place of the outsider in our world—and the necessity of following the human heart.” —The Dallas Morning News“A woman ventures out into a world she has managed to keep at bay for 60 years and finds she must weigh the pleasure of self-knowledge against the pain of self discovery. . . . [May Sarton is] a writer whose subtle intelligence and rare sense of human dignity continue to discomfort and delight.” —Newsday '
'“Ms. Sarton’s powerful portrayal of the shy, reserved woman’s battle becomes a moving statement about the place of the outsider in our world—and the necessity of following the human heart.” —The Dallas Morning News“A woman ventures out into a world she has managed to keep at bay for 60 years and finds she must weigh the pleasure of self-knowledge against the pain of self discovery. . . . [May Sarton is] a writer whose subtle intelligence and rare sense of human dignity continue to discomfort and delight.” —Newsday '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497646285 Pages: 313