Carver’s location of his disillusion at that moment in Iowa City. It was his twenty-fifth year. He did not know it, but he was already at the midpoint of his life.
It was his twenty-fifth year. He did not know it, but he was already at the midpoint of his life.
By the end of 1962, Erhard was living on the West Coast, working as sales director for Parents’ encyclopedia division, and studying the ideas of Zen master Alan Watts and psychologists Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow. Erhard
“It was scary, how revealing—how raw—those stories could be. The only literary judgment he would make was whether it was true and sincere.”