At the Still Point: A Memoir

At the Still Point: A Memoir By Carol Buckley, At the Still Point A Memoir The youngest member of the famous Buckley family describes the opulent neglect of her early childhood a lost child left to the care of servants and offers poignant anecdotes about her brothers and sis
  • Title: At the Still Point: A Memoir
  • Author: Carol Buckley
  • ISBN: 9780684802176
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Hardcover
  • At the Still Point: A Memoir By Carol Buckley, The youngest member of the famous Buckley family describes the opulent neglect of her early childhood a lost child left to the care of servants and offers poignant anecdotes about her brothers and sisters, including her most well known sibling, National Review editor William F Buckley, Jr Rather than reinvent herself, Carol tells how she became the person she was meantThe youngest member of the famous Buckley family describes the opulent neglect of her early childhood a lost child left to the care of servants and offers poignant anecdotes about her brothers and sisters, including her most well known sibling, National Review editor William F Buckley, Jr Rather than reinvent herself, Carol tells how she became the person she was meant to be Photos.
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    1. This is a fantastic book, Ms Buckley levels with the reader about her lonliness in a large family and subsequent alcohol and drug addictions and shows you can come out of it OK It is particularly interesting after reading An American Family written by her brother Reid Buckley Two different perspectives on the same family.


    2. This slight memoir by Bill Buckley s youngest daughter does not delve deeply It has some good detail on growing up in a powerful family feeling distanced from siblings and parents But personal details about the author s unhappy marriages, alcoholism, depression and recovery would have made it a better read As memoirs go, it felt quite edited by and protective of the author.


    3. Interesting memoir of the youngest member of the influential Buckley family Obviously unwanted and largely ignored by her elderly parents, the author s lack of malice towards them is amazing.


    4. At the Still Point is an excellent book that I discovered while volunteering at my local library The author discusses the details of her privileged yet in many ways underprivileged life I found it fascinating, not only because she mentioned many people and places that I know well but also because she endured wildly separate lifestyles as she sought to please others in her life, until in her late middle age when, in the end, she finally was able to live her own authentic life The memoir, in many [...]


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