Undiscovered Country by Kathryn C. Hulme

cover of the book Undiscovered CountryUndiscovered Country by Kathryn C. Hulme
Genre: Biography
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Published: 1966
Publisher: Little Brown and Company
Format: Hardcover
No. of Pages: 306
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This is a classic account of a group of women … who put their careers on hold to study privately with the spiritual teacher G. I. Gurdjieff. Known as ‘the Rope, ‘ this group included three writer/editors, a wealthy San Francisco milliner, a legendary French soprano, an actress/theatrical manager, and a prim British spinster – all famous lesbians. Hulme’s lively account of their relationship with each other and to the unconventional guide who led them into an ‘undiscovered country’ of self-observation has long been considered one of the finest documents ever published about the enigmatic and elusive individual who was Gurdjieff. ‘
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