THE MAN WHO LIVED ALONE DONALD HALL ILLUSTRATED BY MARY AZARIAN

THE MAN WHO LIVED ALONE
THE MAN WHO LIVED ALONE
Item# ISBN 978-1567920505
$11.95

This is a story about a man who lives alone because he chooses to. In his cabin in the New England woods, he lives with his collection of old newspapers and carefully saved nails, his mule and his owl. His much loved cousin, Nan, is just close enough to him to visit now and then. The man who lives alone leads a solitary life: quiet and content. In simple, lyrical prose, Donald Hall creates a moving and believable portrait of this affectionate, eccentric man, from childhood to old age. We understand why he is the way he is, the names and pictures of his days, and, finally, how those days will end. It's a story about self-sufficiency and about solitude, about the difference between loneliness and being alone, about living and about dying. Paperback: 33 pages