Tag Archives: May Sarton


Bedtime reading is habitually a diary or journal – the favourites being those of May Sarton. She found literary fame in her final years, principally through the journals, which then led people to go back to her novels and poems. … Continue reading

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Have just finished reading Oh to be fifty again again. (Currently out of print – the book, not me.) It is one of the books I read every few years, and it is amazing how there is always something new … Continue reading

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Elder Wisdom

This is one of those gems that May Sarton comes up with. …… I have come to see that the past is always changing, is never static, never “placed” forever like a book on a shelf. As we grow and … Continue reading

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The lazy writer in me was interested to read May Sarton’s take on poetry and prose. I have written novels to find out what I thought about something and poems to find out what I felt about something. As a … Continue reading

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