Biographies Memoirs

Biographies Memoirs

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Book Review - Lost in the Reflecting Pool by Diane Pomerantz

In"Lost from the Reflecting Pool," psychologist Diane Pomerantz takes us with her because she reflects on her debilitating union into a narcissistic psychologist named Charlie. Charlie"did all of the proper things," which induced Diane to miss some warning signals. It was painful to see as she attempted to hold her family together while fighting to live. In this time period, Diane also found that Charlie had been having improper relationships with a number of the patients. Besides his other abho...

Frock Off - Shedding That Which No Longer Serves You

"Not understanding or too fearful to find out what was possible, I clung to our union for dear life before I realized that I did not need to only survive.- Jo Dibblee, Frock Off; Living UndisguisedFor me personally, studying Jo Dibblee's memoir,'' Frock Away; alive Undisguised, was like reading The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls. Both novels were a true eye-opener in terms of exactly what a few kids have to survive at the hands of their parents... and yet, despite this kind of rocky beginning, n...

The Life of Ezra Pound by Noel Stock

A review of The Life of Ezra Pound by Noel Stock must begin by acknowledging the phenomenal achievement of its author. It is comprehensive, detailed, forensic, appreciative, critical and illuminating, a massive achievement of analysis, research and insight. At roughly 200,000 words it's also a commitment, maybe not to the fainthearted or for anyone with just a passing interest in poetry or the background of the twentieth century. However, more of the following: the publication.Contrary to his fa...