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Essay heading: Analysis of The Spiral Staircase
 
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She set out on her journey with the Divine, according to her spiritual autobiography The Spiral Staircase, when she entered her convent in 1962 at the age of seventeen years, entirely of her own volition and with "unusual resolution" (Armstrong 2005:1). She tries to explain this within the milieu of the sixties, looking for external rather than internal reasons, although she does describe many of her dreams, as delineated below...
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She tries to explain this within the milieu of the sixties, looking for external rather than internal reasons, although she does describe many of her dreams, as delineated below. Religious life appeared to be a "soft option", although she feels that had she not "wanted to find God", she "would not have lasted more than a few weeks" (ibid: 2)...
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