The Duty of Delight; The Diaries of Dorothy Day Edited by Robert Ellsberg
I'm not quite sure what to say about this book as I just wasn't able to get into it and quit about half way. I think my problem is that I don't know enough about Dorothy Day (she helped establish the Catholic Worker, which was a community to aid the poor and homeless) to begin with. Had I been a big fan of hers I would have enjoyed reading her diary entries. So for anyone who has enjoyed studying Dorothy Day or wants to know more about her work this would be an interesting book but for those wanting to get to know her I think a biography would be better suited.
Disclaimer: This book was given to me by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing in exchange for my honest opinion.