Theodosia Greene
Publisher: Services LLC
Pages: 155

Despite her fears of being alone, Pandora Smith divorced her husband of twenty-three years and traveled to a remote Greek island to rediscover herself as a fine artist. She carried Ralph Waldo Emerson's essay on "Self Reliance" as her companion and source of strength.On the Cycladian island of Amorgos, Pandora moved into a five hundred year old house with no electricity, no telephone, no running water, no stove, no toilet--but, oh, what a view! It was a painter's paradise!
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