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And then we grew up : on creativity, potential, and the imperfect art of adulthood / Rachel Friedman.

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Friedman was a serious violinist as a kid, but quit music in college. She never stopped fantasizing about what life would have been like if she hadn't put down her bow. Tracking down childhood friends from Interlochen Arts Camp, she questioned how their early creative ambitions translated into adult careers, relationships, and identities. Here she shares unexpected insights about creativity and contentment. -- adapted from back cover
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Hermiston Public Library 305.24 FRI (Text) 37838000492124 Adult Non-Fiction Book Branch_Only_3months 08/14/2020 Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780143132127
  • ISBN: 0143132121
  • Physical Description: 234 pages ; 20 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, [2019]

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages [223]-234).
Formatted Contents Note:
Potential -- I was going to be an art monster instead -- On "making it" -- Never quit! (But maybe quit) -- Freedom's just another word -- Never compromise! (But definitely compromise) -- The kingdom of ordinary time -- I danced myself out of the womb -- The ghost ship that didn't carry us -- Coda.
Summary, etc.:
Friedman was a serious violinist as a kid, but quit music in college. She never stopped fantasizing about what life would have been like if she hadn't put down her bow. Tracking down childhood friends from Interlochen Arts Camp, she questioned how their early creative ambitions translated into adult careers, relationships, and identities. Here she shares unexpected insights about creativity and contentment. -- adapted from back cover
Subject: Friedman, Rachel, 1981-
Women authors > Biography.
Adulthood.
Conduct of life.
Self-actualization (Psychology)
Genre: Autobiographies.
Summary: Friedman was a serious violinist as a kid, but quit music in college. She never stopped fantasizing about what life would have been like if she hadn't put down her bow. Tracking down childhood friends from Interlochen Arts Camp, she questioned how their early creative ambitions translated into adult careers, relationships, and identities. Here she shares unexpected insights about creativity and contentment. -- adapted from back cover

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