Much more than a how-to manual (though it offers plenty of practical advice), Cabin tells the tale of a man who has passed "his own personal equinox" and is reeling from life's blows (divorce, job loss, health scare, and the death of his mother, his only steady parent). Beset by depression and "visitations of panic and loneliness," he takes to the woods to pursue a lifelong dream. Along the way, he does plenty of reckoning, and the cabin becomes both pretext and instrument for redeeming and renewing himself.
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Following Thoreau ...
... Quiet after despair | Philadelphia Inquirer | 09/29/2011.
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment