|My. Mother. and. the. Great. World. My mother had a vision of the world that was |
much larger than that of the people she lived among. It was a vision that included
categories as disparate as the stylish, the incorporeal, the impractical, the grand.
|Wise, humorous, and intelligent, Seeing Through Places illuminates the relationship between the physical, emotional, and intellectual architectures of our lives, showing us the far-reaching power that places ultimately have in influencing a ...|