Without a Map: A Memoir

Without a Map: A Memoir
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memory in motion, but without sentimentality Meredith Hall began in 1965 when she became pregnant at sixteen. Sky of his isolated community of New Hampshire, she is then kicked out of the house of his mother. His father and stepmother reluctantly take her, before finally hiding the ban completely. After her children for adoption, Hall wanders recklessly through the Middle East, where she survives by selling his possessions and finally her blood. She returns to New England and assembles a life that surrounds her pain silently and invisibly. When he was twenty-one years, her son lost his findings. Hall learns that he grew up in gritty poverty with an abusive father, in the hometown of his own father. Their reunion is tender, turbulent, and ultimately redemptive. Hall parents never ask for forgiveness, but as they age, she offers them her love. What distinguishes the absence of a Plan Aparthotel is how the loss and betrayal evolve into compassion, and compassion into wisdom. Without a Map: A Memoir

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