By Mark Pelgrin
Another powerful and moving account of one individual's quest for life and meaning in confrontation with physical death. Compiled and edited from the personal journals and letters of the late Mark Pelgrin by Sheila Moon and Elizabeth B. Howes, this book presents every aspect of a man under stress. It is a book about living and it speaks urgently to any person who dares to become involved in the meaning of his/her own existence.
Published by Contact Press, 1962
$10.00 Hardcover 159 pages; 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″