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New Book Explores Literal & Metaphorical Aspects of Wayfinding

Posted by on Jan 29, 2014 in books, Directionally challenged, disorientation, Wayfinding | 0 comments

New Book Explores Literal & Metaphorical Aspects of Wayfinding

The term “wayfinding” is used in both a literal sense (as in finding your way around from one place to another) and a metaphorical one (as in finding your way through life’s challenges). Books, articles, blog posts and other discussions typically focus on either the literal or the metaphorical, but a new book discusses them both.

Out of the Woods: A Memoir of Wayfinding (Harper) by Lynn Darling covers the writer’s journey – changing her urban life to a rural one and taking stock “of who she was, where she was, and what she would do next.” Among other accomplishments, she learned to find her way around.

http://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/books/2014/01/28/book-review-out-woods-memoir-wayfinding-lynn-darling/4Y6SIG3C6OPQSlZYHPu7bL/story.html

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If you’re directionally challenged you need the award-winning book, Directional Sense: How to Find Your Way Around, by Janet R. Carpman and Myron A. Grant. www.directionalsense.com

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