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Reading: “The Long Loneliness,” Parts Two and Three

[continued from an earlier post, “Reading: ‘The Long Loneliness,’ Part One”] The second part of The Long Loneliness, titled “Natural Happiness,” seemed a contradiction in terms, which made me want to read further. This book with such an ominous title that invokes thoughts of difficulty and struggling has as the title of its fifty-plus-page middle section such an uplifting image— the second part’s first chapter is called “Man Was Made for Happiness.” Frankly, I was looking forward to Dorothy Day’s autobiography getting better as it progressed, as she got closer… Read more Reading: “The Long Loneliness,” Parts Two and Three