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Dorothy Day was 8 when her family moved into a tenement flat over a tavern on Chicago's South Side. It was a big step down for the Day family. They had been practically wiped out by the big San Francisco earthquake.
Dorothy Day was a material girl. Fifty years after its first publication, two generations past its initial historical moment, and a generation or so into a cottage industry of reverence, activism, and scholarship on Day, her autobiography can still speak to us, and the most engaging language in which it converses is that of sacrament, with dialects both personal and political. Day omits some especially unpleasant or unflattering episodes from her radical days in Greenwich Village: her abortion fictionally camouflaged in an early novel, The Eleventh Virgin and her drinking bouts with fellow bohemians. Her other books are more informative about different aspects of her vocation.
New York: Albert and Charles Boni, Autobiographical novel by the founder of the Catholic Worker movement, written at the age of 26 in the midst of an already tumultuous life before her conversion to Catholic pacifism. She regretted its publication and later sought to reclaim every copy she could find.
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