In An Angle of Light a young woman in five different stages of life struggles to establish a coherent identity. Cut off from memories of sexual abuse, compelled to relive what she cannot remember, she is driven to constantly re-invent herself. Unable to learn from experience, she repeats the cycle time and again: optimism giving way to despair, then hope once more restored. Taken together these stories portray the inner life of a dissociated personality while bringing to light those character strengths which suggest a movement toward recovery.
About Luisa Smith
See more books from this Author
Published June 21, 2002
Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense.