The Long Loneliness

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First edition
Cover art by Fritz Eichenberg

The Long Loneliness is the autobiography of Dorothy Day, published in 1952 by Harper & Brothers. In the book, Day chronicles her involvement in socialist groups along with her eventual conversion to Catholicism in 1927, and the beginning of her newspaper the Catholic Worker in 1933.

List of people and publications[edit]

The following is a list of prayers, people, and publications mentioned in the book until the end of the chapter "The Masses":




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