The Long Loneliness: The Autobiography of Dorothy Day Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Confession

• Day said confession was always hard for her because she felt obligated to hurry so others could have their turn. This made it less than cleansing at times.

• Day said this book was a confession of sorts for her as well. She had a hard time writing it, because she wanted to be humble but truthful at the same time.

• Her life was split into two parts. The first 25 years of her life were before she came to God, and she said all those days were haunted by God.

• Day was fully converted to God and was so happy to be part of the Catholic church.

Part One: Searching, the Generations Before

• Day grew up in Cleveland and always loved hearing about family stories from the past. This started her love of tradition.

• Day said she did not have a lot of religion growing up, although she...

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