Objects & Places from The Long Loneliness: The Autobiography of Dorothy Day

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The Long Loneliness

This was something Day said every person alive has experienced.

Catholicism

This was something that pulled Day away from her radical ways and brought her peace.

New York City

This is where Day had her first job away from home.

The Catholic Worker Office

This is where Day and Maurin spent much of their time together.

Houses of Hospitality

These housed and fed the poor and helped them on their way in hard times.

Communal Farms

Peter thought these were important to help people learn to work and serve.

University of Illinois

This is where Day decided to pursue journalism.

Staten Island

This is where Day lived with Forster during their isolated marriage.

Anarchism

This party rejected any need for government stabilization in society.

Communitarianism

This idea said that all people had to be connected to others in order to feel happy.

Socialism

This party...

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