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Préface Diary entries and letters from a woman coming of age in a time of cultural upheaval.What is the purpose of my life? What i... Lire la suite
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Diary entries and letters from a woman coming of age in a time of cultural upheaval.

What is the purpose of my life? What is friendship? What is faith? These universal questions, which are especially relevant to young adults, form the heart of this compelling story, told through real letters and diary entries.

Anni, who grows from her teenage years to adulthood over the course of the book, is passionate about life and unsparing in her search for authenticity. Articulate and probing, her words have a contemporary ring as she plumbs the reality of her doubt and sense of spiritual loneliness. Then she experiences a call from God and finds a life of purpose, faith, and joy.

In Anni's own words: It is infinitely reassuring to know that there is an absolute truth, an infinitely great love. It is wonderful to know that one does not have to squander one's life, one does not need to ask anymore what life is really for, what its purpose is.

Heightening the drama of this coming-of-age memoir is the historical setting in 1920s Germany, as the specter of Nazism looms ever larger over the world of Anni and her friends, giving their questions about life's meaning a special poignancy.

1. Childhood 2. Leaving Home 3. Thale College 4. "Youth means being gripped by the infinite" 5. Last Months in Thale 6. Crossroads 7. At the Sparhof 8. A Fixed Point 9. Consequence 10. Radicalism of Surrender; Radicalism of Deed

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Anni
Sous-titre: Letters and Writings of Annemarie Wachter
Code EAN: 9780874868548
ISBN: 978-0-87486-854-8
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Ingram Publishers Services
Genre: Correspondance et biographies
nombre de pages: 245
Poids: 454g
Taille: H216mm x B145mm x T25mm
Année: 2014


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