Autobiography of a Yogi. Paramahansa Yogananda (Self-realization
Fellowship Publishers, Los Angeles, CA, 1975)
This book is an autobiography of a Yogi named Paramahansa Yogananda, who
was the first great master of India to live in the west for thirty years.
Yogananda discusses in this book the laws by which Yogi performs miracles
and attain self-mastery.
The Diary of Anais Nin, Volumes One and Two Edited by Gunther
Stuhlmann (The Swallow Press and Harcourt, brace and World, Inc.
New York; 1966)
The diary of the author Anais Nin from the years 1931-1939.
Lady Sings The Blues. Billie Holiday with William Dufty (Penguin
Books. London; 1956)
The autobiography of one of America's greatest blues singers. It deals with
issues of racism, sexism, and drugs.
Margaret Mead: A Voice for the Century. Robert Cassidy (Universe
Books. New York; 1982)
Provides a sense of direction and purpose toward the solutions of contemporary
issues. Offers views of vital social and political issues such as education,
ecology, feminism, the family, the bomb, world hunger and morality.
On Women and Revolution-Crystal Eastman. Edited by Blanche
Wiesen Cook (Oxford University Press. London, New York; 1978)
Due to the editing of Blanche Weisen Cook, we are able after fifty years
of silence to listen to Eastman tell us her story in her own remarkably contemporary
A Photographic Supplement to: The Diary of ANAIS NIN. (Harvest
Books, New York and London; 1974.)
A photographic supplement to The Diary of Anais Nin.
Ten First Ladies of the World. Pauline Frederick (Meredith
Press, New York; 1967).
This book tells of the rigorous lives of some of the world's past first ladies
and one female head of state; Indira Gandhi.