This is a look back into years as diverse as the structured privileges of Yale and Paris in the 1950s, to the chaos of Berkeley in the 1960s and 70s from the singular vantage point of contemporary life in the former Soviet Union. It is a personal view, a story, of a life that still surprises by the extent to which privilege can set the stage for creativity.
The Story of an Accidental Outsider
Making Sense of Forty Years as a Priest
by David K. O’Rourke