The Long Loneliness: The Autobiography of Dorothy Day - Part Two, Natural Happiness, Man Is Meant for Happiness, Having a Baby, Love Overflows, Jobs and Journeys Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Natural Happiness, Man Is Meant for Happiness, Having a Baby, Love Overflows, Jobs and Journeys Summary and Analysis

The man Dorothy Day loved and married, Forster, was an English anarchist and a biologist. He was closest to what today might be called a Southern agrarian. She also had a number of intellectual friends associated with her writing community. Day read constantly and read the Bible again, along with the Imitation of Christ. Her radicalism at the time was confined to conversations with her Communist friends. Day was happy but she knew from being happy that there was a happiness beyond it. Day then describes various brief interactions with friends and relatives that lived near them. Bootleggers lived in her community, as did a number of ethnic minorities...

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