Cloth • 121 pages
Sherborne is a first-person account of the authors ten months as a student at J.G. Bennett’s Sherborne Academy for Continuous Education, England, in the early 1970s. Lyrical, straightforward, and personal, Roth’s account is nowhere dogmatic or apologetic. Imbued with the spirit of the early 70s, this book transcends its historic value to enter the timeless domain of every seeker’s journey.
“Allen Roth embeds the teaching of Gurdjieff in a human interest story and, thereby, makes it more accessible. Here is a real person grappling with the Gurdjieff Work.”_Charles T. Tart, author of Waking Up.