Wallingford, PA : Pendle Hill Publications, 1954.
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This is about using graphic art and writing to discover who we are, and to see our own stubborn blocks, to free ourselves into greater insight and understanding. We tell our tale; we share in the creativity of all time. She gives instructions on now to run a writing or art group. Well written and interesting, but still reads as a little dated.
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