Alienation, Ambivalence, and Adaptation
(work in progress)
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On her website (which is a treasure chest I urge you to explore), Donna defines the term "Nobody Nowhere" as follows:
"A 'Nobody Nowhere' was a term for a person who nobody really knew, who lived inside of themselves, not really letting the world connect with them, living 'at a distance', detatched from the body, the mind, the presence they had in the external world, what I called 'THE world'. A Nobody Nowhere was someone who balanced that prison-sanctuary of one's own world, walking that fine line between the solace of being unknown, invisible, self contained and still so full of passion that you almost want to break through and scream and wave and dance and cry in all your idiosyncracy (and hopefully not get locked up for doing so)..."
(While this page is part of an ongoing book club discussion, visitors are warmly invited to share their experiences and join the conversation.)