Her first childhood hero was Anne Frank…(the reminiscence of Anne Frank’s optimism still inspires Alice in her personal life as an adult). ….new understandings about feelings, PTSD, vibration of affection, and so on. I’d prefer to be in a kind of groups- and would gladly read this book again to hitch the discussion. [newline]She advised her that she used to live with the ‘Bird of the Wood’….that she had shared a room together in a little woodland house….thought she would marry her owl-lover in the future. This guide is so darn outstanding, — ENGAGING—- I can’t consider how a lot I enjoyed the oddness —that in many ways —just ‘didn’t’ feel that odd to me at all. Actually – she re-created – this e-book from inspiration and analysis she discovered from letters that Vincent van Gogh and his brother, Theo exchanged with each other. THIS NOVEL….,….is much less about Van Gogh’s own life in totality — yet very influential- however more instantly – it’s concerning the wife of the warden, Jeanne Trabuc, that he meets on the hospital.