Paperback • 248 pages
A Gurdjieff Work classic! A vivid personal memoir of Kathryn Hulme’s years as a student of Gurdjieff and of the burning spiritual intensity that dominated her life as a result. A classic account of the Rope, a group of women writers and artists who studied privately with Gurdjieff in Paris in the ’30s and ’40s. Contains new material and a new forward by Ellen Dooling Draper.