Synopses & Reviews
Why do we often long for solitude but dread loneliness? What happens when the walls we build around ourselves are suddenly removed--or made impenetrable? If privacy is something we count on as a basic right, why are our laws, technology and life-styles increasingly chipping it away? These are among the questions Halpern eloquently explores in these original essays.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-209).